This describes how to configure New Relic's Java agent if you are using IBM WebSphere Application Server. For compatible versions, follow New Relic's procedures to install the Java agent on WebSphere.
IBM WebSphere App Server
Compatible IBM JVM versions
New Relic's Java agent is compatible with these major versions of the IBM JVM:
Java 2 Security
If you are using Java 2 Security and WebSphere, you must grant the Java agent additional permissions before it can execute properly.
To use browser monitoring when running the Java agent on WebSphere, you must manually enable browser monitoring.
WebSphere PMI metrics
You can configure the Java agent to capture additional WebSphere PMI metrics. These metrics will appear on the New Relic JVM metrics page.
Instance and display names
You can configure the Java agent to change the default behavior of instance names or display names.
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