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Problem in using IBM Agnet Controller

 
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posted December 20, 2004 04:24 AM
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Hello friends,

I am working on a WEB application on WSAD. In one of the windows we are facing performance issue. So to analyse that we are planning to use the agent controller of the WSAD. We are successfully able to install the agent, it is running but we are not able to use it. Whenever we try to add it gives the message:
"
connection failed on host localhost.
IWAT0016E The Agent Controller is not available on host localhost.
Make sure that:
*the Agent controller is installed.
*the Agent controller is configured to communicate with your machine.
*you have the correct host name and port number for the Agent Controller.
"

Can anybody let me know the exact steps to make use of agent controller in analysing the memory leaks?
We have installed the agent controller successfully but we are not sure of whether we configured it correctly to communicate with the machine. so, please provide steps for configuration also.

Thanks in Advance...
Viswanath
 
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