We're trying to enable UEM for an application. It turns out the Web Server is only redirecting traffic to the JVM, and the JVM is performing all the traditional Web Server work.
How can I enabled UEM on the JVM side? I enabled the UEM sensor, but I'm only seeing the visit tagged at the Web Server level (which has the UEM sensor enabled for other applications that serve their content in the Web Tier).
I also tried placing the Web Server sensor on the JVM tier, as I was not sure if that was a requirement for UEM. This also does not work. Even with both UEM and Web Server sensors placed, I'm not seeing the
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Thoughts? Is this even possible?
Answer by Joseph H. ·
Yes this is possible, but I suspect the agent on the Web Tier is messing with the ability of the agent on the Java tier to perform the UEM work. So disable User Experience sensor on the web tier and make sure that sensor is placed on the Java tier.
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