Technical Support and Product Information

Clicking 'Support' tab in the web client provides you the following information.

Applications Manager Support

Request Technical Support

Clicking this link takes you to an online support form. Describe the problem, specify your name, e-mail ID, telephone number, and additional information if any and click Submit.

Alternatively, you can simply send an e-mail to 

Support Information File

For the Applications Manager Technical Center to resolve problems quickly, you need to send the log files that are being generated. To do so, click Support Information File link. The log files are zipped in a file and placed under <Applications Manager Home>/working/support directory. File creation takes some time based on the log file size. 

To create Support Information File via command prompt, execute the following command:


After generating the support information file, e-mail it to 

If the support information file is large in size and our mail server blocks the same, then you can upload the file in our FTP site. 

You will be provided details of the FTP service usage when you connect to our FTP server using "ftp"

Server Name =
user account = anonymous
password = "your email address"

Mail us the location of the file and the folder in which it is placed in case you are using ftp to upload the file. 

Troubleshooting Tips

Clicking this link takes you to the online Troubleshooting page which is a quick stop to get your problems resolved by yourself. This page quotes the common problems faced by users and provides a quick solution. 

Toll Free Number

You can call the Toll Free Number +1-925-924-9500 and ask for assistance from the Applications Manager Technical Center. 

Need Features?

If you would like to see more new features in Applications Manager, click the Need Features link. This takes you to an online form where you can specify the feature and its description. 

User Forums

Clicking this link will take you to the Online user forums where you can discuss about Applications Manager with other users. Five latest discussion topics will be displayed 

Applications Manager Team Blog

Clicking this link will take you to the Online Applications Manager Team Blog where you can view interesting information about the team, tips on handling Applications Manager and many more. Five latest blogs will be displayed. 


Clicking this link will take you to the online Testimonial form, wherein you can leave your feedback about Applications Manager. 

Product Information

This sections provides the following information.

  • Product: Name of the product.
  • Build Number: Build number of the product currently installed in your machine.
  • Service Pack: The service pack that has been currently installed over the product.
  • License Type: Type of license that you are currently using (Free, Evaluation, Paid) and the number of days remaining if it is an evaluation edition.
  • Buy/Evaluate: 'Buy' option is available if you are using an Evaluation edition. Click 'Buy' to go to the online store and purchase Applications Manager product license. 'Evaluate' option is available if you are using a Free Edition. Click 'Evaluate' to switch from Free edition to Evaluation edition (30 days). 

Applications Manager Installation Information

This section provides information about the system where you have installed the product.

  • Host Name: Host name where the server is running.
  • OS Type & Version: Type and version of operating system of the host.
  • Working Directory: Your working directory or Applications Manager Home (where the product is installed).
  • Start Time: Time the server was started.
  • Server port: Port in which Applications Manager is running
  • Number of Monitors: Current number of monitors configured
  • Named Users: Current number of users configured
  • Installation Type: Type can be Standalone, Managed Server or Admin Server
  • Load Factor: The load factor follows the format 'x.y', where 'x' represents load on Applications Manager Server, while 'y' represents the load on the Database used by Applications Manager. A value of zero represents least loaded, while a value of nine represents the most loaded.

    Applications Manager Server Load (x) :
    Once in every 30 minutes Applications Manager will select 50 random monitors (mostly Servers / SQLs) and find their corresponding Polling Intervals, their last Data Collection time and the number of times data collection has happened in the last 1 hour for that monitor. Then it will calculate the expected number of Polls that should have occurred in one hour for that monitor. Using these values it will calculate the polling delay % (100 * Number of Times Acutally Polled / Number of Times it should have Polled) for each monitor. Then it will find the average polling delay for these 50 monitors and server load factor value (x) will be calculated based on the information below :

     Poll Delay % Load Factor
     Less than 97%  0
     Greater than 97% and less than 93%  1
     Greater than 93% and less than 90%  2
     Greater than 90% and less than 86%  4
     Greater than 86% and less than 82%  6
     Greater than 82% and less than 70%  8
     Greater than 70%  9

    Applications Manager Database Load (Y) :
    This value is calculated based on the number of Transactions/Min (commitsPerMin + rollbacksPerMin happening in PgSQL / Transactions/sec for Microsoft SQL) happening in the Applications Manager's Database based on the information below :

    Transactions/Min* Load Factor
     Less than 600  0
     Greater than 600 and less than 1200  1
     Greater than 1200 and less than 1800  2
     Greater than 1800 and less than 2400  3
     Greater than 2400 and less than 3000  4
     Greater than 3000 and less than 3600  5
     Greater than 3600 and less than 4200  6
     Greater than 4200 and less than 4800  7
     Greater than 4800 and less than 5400  8
     Greater than 5400  9

    *For Microsoft SQL servers 2008 and above, Transactions/Min factor will be updated based on the available system memory.

JVM Memory Information

This section provides information on the JVM Memory usage.

  • Total JVM Heap Size: Total heap size occupied by JVM.
  • Used JVM Heap Size: Heap size used by JVM.
  • Free JVM Heap Size: Heap size that is free without JVM usage.
  • View Thread Dump Information: Thread status in the JVM can be viewed here.
  • View Monitor Errors: Error messages of monitors can be viewed here. You can see, if data collection has happened successfully or not at one go. 

Database Connection Time

This graph provides information on the Applications Manager database connection time for the last one hour. 

Database Request Statistics

This graph provides information on the Applications Manager database request statistics for the last one hour. 

System CPU Utilization

This graph provides information on the system's (where Applications Manager is installed) CPU Utilization pattern for the last one hour. 

System Response Time

This graph provides information on the system's (where Applications Manager is installed) Response Time pattern for the last one hour.