Why is it claimed that Silkperformer does not support RMI over T3 protocol
The Segue support has also confirmed that Silkperformer does not support RMI over t3 protocol.My application is basically a Java GUI communicating with a set of resonated weblogic servers through load balancer.They are basically using t3 connection.
SilkPerformer has support for many protocols. Since it also supports TCP directly, you can even implement custom protocols yourself (that are built on top of the TCP layer).
If I am not wrong t3 is also built over TCP layer.
Can any one help me out why the suport has claimed so.
Re: Why is it claimed that Silkperformer does not support RMI over T3 protocol
You can record any tcpip based application at a tcpip level. However, whether you will be able to successfully replay depends on the logic and functionality layered on top of TCPIP by the higher level protocol. The protocol may introduce session management, encryption, flow control etc. Since there is no T3 API in SilkPerformer you would need to handle this with the bdl tcp functions. I haven't seen a tcpip recording of t3 or a spec for it, but I imagine that this would be very difficult.
You might be able to use the java frameworks to test rmi over T3 I guess.