RootCause lets you obtain information about the functioning of your application that you can't get from other tools—and you can get it easily, without making any changes to any application files stored on disk.
RootCause is particularly useful if the information you want is unique to your application. Your senior software engineers can use RootCause to develop application-specific probes that let you monitor any aspect of the internal functioning of your application, log data, or modify the application's behavior.
You can get information such as:
- Data related to method or function entry or exit.
- Business objects, parameter values, variables, queues, and other program objects.
- Memory allocation and deallocation.
- Timing of selected functions, methods, or transactions.