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You can link to DB CAM for any DB CAM-monitored database that is discovered by AppDynamics. This integration provides access to the database performance metrics provided by DB CAM.
To use this integration you must have a DB CAM license.
DB CAM must be configured to monitor the databases that you want to link to from AppDynamics.
You configure DB CAM integration at the account level and at the app agent level.
Configure the integration at the account level using the Administration Console at
Create two new properties as name-value pairs in each account for which you want to enable DB CAM integration.
In the right field enter the URL of the AppDynamics Controller that you are configuring using the syntax:
For each app agent for which you want to enable access to deep diagnostics from DB CAM:
Open the AppServerAgent/conf/app-agent-config.xml file for the app agent.
Locate the TransactionMonitoringService element:
<agent-service name="TransactionMonitoringService" enabled="true">
Add the jdbc-dbcam-integration-enabled property for the service:
<agent-service name="TransactionMonitoringService" enabled="true"> <service-dependencies>BCIEngine,SnapshotService</service-dependencies> <configuration-properties> <property name="jdbc-dbcam-integration-enabled" value="true"/>
You can link to DB CAM from any AppDynamics flow map that displays a discovered DB CAM-monitored database. The flow map could be in a dashboard or a transaction snapshot.
If you link to DB CAM from a dashboard you will land in the DB CAM instance dashboard. If you link to be DB CAM from a transaction snapshot, you will land in the DB CAM Session Drill Down screen.
DB CAM launches and displays the instance dashboard for the selected database.
DB CAM launches and displays the session drill down for the selected database.