Short answer: yes you can.
What I did: (found in some tutorials)
Thats's it - at least this works for me
Hope that helps
First of all thank you very much :) . you saved big amount of time for me. I am already using Java-melody with Bamboo. for bamboo I was using only javamelody.jar file, and it was working fine. When I tried to follow same steps for Stash, it didn't work. I just updated web.xml file in addition to javamelody.jar file and it is working for Stash too. I think you don't need itext jar file. I can see PDF output without using that.
The implementation of the Java Melody into Bitbucket is considered a customization. Customizations are out of our support scope as can seen in our Atlassian Support Offerings. Atlassian does not provide support for this integration or any other 3rd-party monitoring integration.
Yes, it possible to integrate Java Melody with Bitbucket 5.X. The process is a bit different from the previous versions and worked on our tests. Below are all the details.
2. Stop Bitbucket's service
3. Add the following to the bitbucket.properties file:
# Enable JavaMelody auto-configuration (optional, default: true)
# Disable monitoring of Spring services and controllers (optional, default: true) - this is not allowed by Bitbucket Server itself and it would not have any effect if set to true
# Initialization parameters for JavaMelody (optional)
# See: https://github.com/javamelody/javamelody/wiki/UserGuide#6-optional-parameters
# log http requests
4. Start Bitbucket's service
5. Browse to <Bitbucket_URL>/monitoring to get access to the JavaMelody console
- Only Memory, CPU and Http sessions will be tracked;
- Bitbucket does not allow specifying a DataSource via JNDI, so it won't possible to get any SQL monitoring;
- It's be possible for JavaMelody, when loaded from a plugin, to interact with the host application's Spring underpinnings -> That's why we recommend setting javamelody.spring-monitoring-enabled=false
- javamelody.excluded-datasources=secretSource,topSecretSource can't be used either, since JNDI is not allowed.
Hope that helps
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