|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Security and Administrator's Guide for Web Services
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Part Number B32511-01
This chapter describes how to monitor the performance of a Web service. The chapter includes the following sections:
In addition to the monitoring features described in this chapter, see "Analyzing Policy Usage" to analyze how policies are used by one or more Web services.
Note:Not all of the monitoring features described in this chapter apply to Java EE Web services.
From the Web Services home page, you can do the following:
Monitor Web services faults, including Security, Reliable Messaging, MTOM, Management, and Service faults.
Monitor Security failures, including authentication, authorization, message integrity, and message confidentiality failures.
Configure your Web services ports, including enabling and disabling the port, attaching policies to Web services, and enabling or disabling policies.
The Application home page also displays select Web service details if the application includes Web services.
The statistics described in this chapter are started or reset when any one of the following events occur:
When the application is being deployed for the first time.
When the application is redeployed.
If the application is already deployed, and the hosting server is restarted.
The Web Services summary page for an application displays the collective Summary and fault/violation information for all Web services in the application, as shown in Figure 11-1.
The Charts section shows a graphical view of all security faults for a Web service.
To navigate to the Web Service Summary page for a Web service
In the navigator pane, expand Application Deployments to show the application for which you want to monitor the Web service performance.
Select the application.
Using Fusion Middleware Control, click Web Services.
The Web Services Summary page for this application is displayed.
The page displays Web service endpoints as well as application-level metrics.
The following Web service-wide statistics are displayed:
Web Services (Number of Web services in the application)
Web Service Endpoints
Web Service Endpoints Disabled
Total Policy Violations
Figure 11-1 Web Services Performance Summary and Charts
The server-side Web Services page displays statistics for all of the Web services on that server.
To view the Web service statistics for a server
In the navigator pane, expand WebLogic Domain to show the domain for which you want to see the policies. Select the domain.
Expand the domain to show the servers in that domain. Select the server for which you want to view the statistics.
Using Fusion Middleware Control, click Weblogic Server, and then Web Services.
The Web services statistics page for the server is displayed, as shown in Figure 11-2.
Depending on what types of Web services you have deployed, tabs are available for the available Web service types: Java EE, ADF and Web Center, and SOA.
Figure 11-2 Web Services for a Server
The Web Service Details section of the Web Services Summary page displays statistics on a per-Web service basis, as shown in Figure 11-3. The following statistics are displayed:
Response Time, in seconds
Figure 11-3 Web Service-Specific Statistics
To display operation statistics for a particular Web service endpoint, in the Web Services Details section of the Web Service Summary page select the endpoint for which you want to display the statistics.
The Web Service Endpoint page is displayed.
The following statistics are presented:
Policy Reference Status
To display security violations for a particular Web service endpoint, do the following:
In the Web Services Details section of the Web Service Summary page select the endpoint for which you want to display the statistics.
The Web Service Endpoint Summary page is displayed.
Click the Policies tab.
The following security violations are displayed: