Topaz for Java Performance collects performance statistics for your Java Virtual Machines (JVMs) on z/OS. It provides information about performance inside of the JVMs. Topaz for Java Performance uses a sampling approach to approximate the amount of CPU that is used by different classes.
For Topaz for Java Performance software and hardware requirements, refer to the Compuware Web Products Installation and Configuration Guide on the Compuware Support Center website at https://go.compuware.com.
• A Google Chrome security update prohibits viewing of WebHelp when the help is deployed locally from a file server (as opposed to a Web server). Attempting to view locally deployed help displays a blank help window. Compuware suggests that online help be viewed using Internet Explorer. Alternatively, Chrome's security feature can be turned off by launching Chrome with the command line option --allow-file-access-from-files. This method should only be used when opening local WebHelp that you trust.
• When installing CES on Windows, you may encounter an error referring to the Java VM. This is a problem with InstallAnywhere and Java 8. It can be resolved by removing the following entry from the Path variable:
• If you specify a temporary directory smaller than that which is required for installation, you may be presented with a message indicating that your evaluation period has expired. You can reallocate space and restart the installation process.