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Complex, distributed Web applications have been the source of headaches for many Web managers. In the past, pinpointing performance issues and transaction failures has been a tedious process. Monitoring tools did a good job identifying whether a network application was slow, but did a terrible job of helping Web developers and IT managers identify which component was causing the slowdown. In August 2002 Dirig Software released BEA WebLogic support of its flagship performance management tool, Dirig Agent with Fenway Management Extensions (FMX), which gave IT managers a component-level view of complex Web applications. KeyLabs tested Dirig's latest FMX add-on tool, which creates a topographical map of the path a transaction takes through a Web application. Web Application Home Run Dirig PathFinder 1.0 is an add-on product to Dirig Agent with FMXplus version 3.5 that ... (more)