Where are the details of pbd added to weblogic-typical.pbl shown in?

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Introduction: 

Following PBD files are added in weblogic-typical.pbl of JAVA Agent 10.1.

Question: 

Where are the details of pbd added to weblogic-typical.pbl shown in?

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di.pbd
intelligent.pbd
endUserEndpoints.pbd
httpcorrelation.pbd
httpbackendmetrics.pbd
appmap-http.pbd
webservices.pbd
spm-correlation.pbd
appmap-soa.pbd
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Answer: 

Open each pbd file by an editor, and please see the header.
And, Please refer to the following URLs.
ProbeBuilder Directives<https://docops.ca.com/ca-apm/10-1/en/implementing-agents/java-agent/advanced-instrumentation/probebuilder-directives/>


Additional Information:
di.pbd: Provides ProbeBuilder directives to skip Apache Derby implementation classes that the agent uses internally for dynamic instrumentation.

intelligent.pbd: This file configure automatic entry point detection.  Specifies the Java package prefixes for classes that the agent skips and does not consider for entry points.

endUserEndpoints.pbd: Aggregates attributes for a wireless provider and publishes them as metrics under each mobile business transaction.

httpcorrelation.pbd: This file provides directives which implement correlation tracing for Apache HTTP Client, Spring HTTP Client and Java HTTP URLConnection.

httpbackendmetrics.pbd: This file provides directives which implement backend metric support for Apache HTTP Client, Spring HTTP Client and Java HTTP URLConnection.

appmap-http.pbd: This file provides directives which shows HTTP Backends in Triage Map. The entries are for Apache HTTP Client,Spring HTTP Client and Java HTTP URLConnection.   It depends on the httpbackendmetrics.pbd

webservices.pbd: This file provides directives to support monitoring of .NET web services.  .NET web services and SOAP stacks are monitored.

spm-correlation.pbd: Provides directives that control the correlation of transaction traces across components. This file is required to enable cross-process transaction tracing when you use CA APM for SOA.

appmap-soa.pbd: Provides tracer directives for application triage map SOA instrumentation for SPM supported Java SOAP stacks.