Looking at APM v10.1 documentation on monitoring webMethods Integration Server and Broker.....it talks about
My customer has the following question...
I noticed some references to 6.5.x versions of the webM Integration Server in this documentation. Do you know which versions it supports? We’re currently running version 9.5 and will be upgrading next year."
Thanks in advance for your help
P.S. - I've attached the doc that has the screenshot I posted above (Page 23)
Is the question which APM 10.x releases support webMethods integration Server 6.5.x? If so. Was the APM Compatibility Guide not helpful in answering this query?
The question is
Will APM v10.1 support webMethods Integrations Server v9.5 and above? If not then which one will support v9.5 and above?
The compatibility guide link is non-functional.
I pulled the APM 10.1 Compatibility Guide from this working link
CA Application Performance Management Compatibility Guides - CA Technologies
Will APM v10.1 support webMethods Integrations Server v9.5 and above?
It looks like it is supported from what I see below.
Is that helpful? And are there any follow-up questions?
I checked internally. Here is what I have so far;
1) Compatibility Link
This problem occurred because the compatibility information was moved. The compatibility information is now here: http://www.ca.com/us/services-support/ca-support/ca-support-online/product-content/status/compatibility-matrix/application-performance-management-compatibility-guide.html
Thank you for letting us know
2) Doc referring to 6.5.2-6.5.3 . This appears to be a Doc Bug. I will be submitting this immediately after this email and reach out to you directly
3) Will APM v10.1 support webMethods Integrations Server v9.5 and above? If not then which one will support v9.5 and above? Affirmative as answered above.
Once I mail you the doc bug, are there any other questions on this thread?
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Thanks Hal for taking care of the broken link in the CA Docs site and also providing me with the link here. This answers my questions.