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kundan varma
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Hi All,
If i want to check the performance problems and want to solve those then how to start going about it. Should we do R&D to find the bad performance area or there is some particular formal way in J2EE.
Please suggest.
Thanks and regards,
kundan
 
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There are many profiling tools out there that hook into your application, and time your application, so you can see where your bottlenecks are. (IO or Network traffic the most likely reason).

Here are two links I found doing a Google search on "Apache Profiler Java" I used Apache in the search to see if there was an Apache open source project for a free tool.

AppPerfect Java
An Eclipse plugin

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Roger Chung-Wee
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I've used tcpmon, it can be a real eye opener to see how much data is flowing on a TCP connection between a client and a server. There are various ways of getting tcpmon, I got it as part of Apache Axis 1.2.
 
steve souza
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http://www.javaperformancetuning.com/resources.shtml
 
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