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You can quickly recognize abnormal transactions by using URLs, SQLs, and HTTP calls of the active transactions, and can analyze the delayed sections in detail through the transaction trace details.

Screen layout

Active transaction

Leader line 1 Active transactions for each agent

It displays a list of all application servers and the total number of active transactions. Hover your mouse over each graph on the chart to display the transaction speed. The speed of the transaction state is classified into Normal, Slow, and Very Slow.

Leader line 2 Agent List

It displays the application server list and the total number of active transactions. If you select the application server, In the Leader line 3 transaction list, the detailed information appears.

Leader line 3 Transaction List

It displays the detailed information of active transactions including URLs, SQLs, and HTTP calls. If you select the Top 10 Items tab, you can see a table of items sorted by the elapsed time in the ascending order. Likewise, the speeds of the transaction state are classified into Normal, Slow, and Very Slow.

When you select an item in the transaction list, the Active transaction window appears where you can see the details on the selected transaction.

Active Transaction

  • You can see detailed information of the running transactions, external calls, queries, call stacks, and the like.

    • Refresh all: You can update information of the running transactions.

    • Stop thread: You can stop a transaction in progress. To stop threading, Secret key is required. For more information about Secret key, see the following.


    Stop thread forcibly stops threads running in the application. However, this feature may not work in all cases. For example, if a thread performs an IO operation, the thread cannot be stopped immediately.

    Stop thread attempts to terminate the thread even if it is performing an IO operation. However, the thread does not stop until it finishes its IO operation. The thread accepts the termination request, but it does not stop until its operation is completed and it goes to the next work.

    In this case, forcible termination is not recommended because it may cause problems with business logic and cause unexpected operations. If you need to stop the thread, stop and restart the entire application.

  • If a transaction has already ended, the Show trace button appears. When you select the button, the Transaction information window appears. For more information about Transaction information, see the following.

Agent list filtering

In Leader line 2 Agent List, you can select or search the filtering targets and see them individually in the transaction list.

  • To see the active agents, select the Active only checkbox.

  • Click the All agents list box. You can view the agents by category.

  • To see active transactions by agent, select an agent and then click Apply. To cancel the selection, select Reset icon.

Automatic refresh

The active transactions can be automatically updated at the set intervals. Select Auto refresh(sec) to activate the option, and then enter the refresh interval in the field on the right.

To deactivate the auto refresh setting, select Auto refresh(sec) again.

  • The time is updated in seconds.
  • To update the transaction list when the auto refresh is deactivated, select Auto refresh icon.

Transaction list filtering

In Leader line 3 Transaction List, you can search for URL or IP for filtering. Enter a filtering target in the URL/IP field on the upper right and then press Enter or select Search icon. It filters with the transaction list that includes the input text.

To initialize the filtered list, delete text in the URL/IP field on the upper right, and then press Enter or select Search icon.


For more information about active transaction settings, see the following.