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Yann B. asked ·

How to DT_CUSTOM_PROP for Tomcat

Hello based on this doc:

https://www.dynatrace.com/news/blog/define-process-group-properties-via-environment-variables-kubernetes-annotations/

I cannot understand how/where to insert the DT_CUSTOM_PROP on Tomcat runninx on linux System.

Do someone have already done this? Can you guide me to do so?

Thank you

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Julius L. answered ·

If this is a standard tomcat and you are starting it with the catalina.sh startup script, just put it in the $CATALINA_HOME/bin/setenv.sh script (or create it).

Don't forget to export the variables, for example:

export DT_CLUSTER_ID=tomket1
export DT_NODE_ID=mynode1
export DT_CUSTOM_PROP=myprop=myvalue
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Thank you this was the right solution for me, 9 points to gryffindor!

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