We are currently making Spring use
as transaction manager.
This works nice, we see indeed that WebLogic's transaction counters are incremented if Spring handles transactions.
Only, for problem analysis we are used to take a look at WebLogic's 'Transactions by name' monitoring page. This page lists transaction statistics organized by by EJB and EJB-method. This overview typically gives us an immediate hint about where things get slow or go wrong.
The JTA transactions initiated by Spring using Weblogic's JTA transaction manager however do not appear in this overview, probably because they are not instrumented with necessary meta-info.
Is their a way to have Spring initiated WLS JTA transactions appear in this 'Transaction by name' overview?
Thanks in advance for any tips.