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Dimensions for JMX Plugin

Hi,

Could you tell me whether it is possible to set dimensions for JMX Plugins without setting a specific value?

For example:

com.bea:Name=<ServerName>,Type=ServerRuntime -> OpenSocketsCurrentCount

The <ServerName> can take many values. I have to set <ServerName> per Weblogic server instance, but it is hard to complete because our customer has so many instances.

So, I will be happy if it is possible that we can set <ServerName> as dimensions without setting a specific server name.

I guess that it may be possible by editing the JSON file.

Thanks,
Noah Kobayashi

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Sebastian C. answered ·

Hi!

Yes it is possible. For you helpful will be: https://github.com/Dynatrace/JMX-Extensions here look for "Splitting" section.

Remember that in keyProperties section in your json file you will have to use wildcard for "Name" key. Like that:

 "Name": "*",

Best regards,

Cichocki Sebastian.

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Hi,

It has worked as expected.
Thank you for your answer!

Best, Noah

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