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Reviewing Web Services Utilization

From the Web Services Utilization Page, you can review a summary of the Web services used by your company. By default, the Web service requests are listed by session ID. The Web Service client Name, Web Service name, operation, number of operations, start time, end time, and user alias for the session are displayed. The following table describes what you can do from the Web Services Utilization page.

To do this

Follow these steps

Create a new list of Web Service requests

On the title bar, click Menu, and select Create New List. Complete the relevant steps described in Creating and Refining Lists.

Display details of a Web service request

Click the session ID to display a detail page for the Web service request.

Export the list

On the title bar, click Menu, and select Export List. Complete the steps described in Exporting Records in Lists.

Find a Web Service request

Select the required filter criteria in the drop-down lists next to Show results where.

Manage all the Web Service request lists

On the title bar, click Menu, and select Manage Lists. Complete the steps for your required task described in Manage Lists Page.

Page through the list

Click the navigation icons at the top or bottom of the list page to move to the next page, previous page, first page, or last page in the list.

Refine the search criteria for the list

On the title bar, click Menu, and select Refine List. Complete the relevant steps described in Creating and Refining Lists.

Show the key information and filter information for the list

On the title bar, click Menu, and select Show List Filter. Complete the steps described in View List Page.

 

Sort the Web service requests in the list

Click the column header to sort the list according to that column, for example, click Start Time to sort the list according to the start time.

Show more/fewer records

In the Number of records displayed drop-down list at the bottom of the page, select the number of records to see at one time.

View a subset of Web services operations

Click the drop-down list in the title bar and change the selection as required:

  • All. Displays a list of all Web services operations
  • All Operations Today. Displays a list of all Web services operations for today

About Creating a Web Services List

The process for creating or refining a Web services list is similar to that described in Creating and Refining Lists. However, the Web Service List pages do not have the Search In section that is provided on the corresponding pages for other record types.

The fields that you can use for filtering a Web services list, and which you can select for display in the search results are as follows:

Field

Description

End Time

The end time of the Web service request.

Entry Type

Possible values are: Login, Logout, and Dispatch.

Every Web service call, apart from login and logout, is set to Dispatch for this field because the calls go through the Inbound Web service Dispatcher business service.

Input Message Size (Bytes)

The size of the input message in bytes.

Operation

The operation for the Web service request.

# of Operations

The number of operations in the Web service request.

Output Message Size (Bytes)

The size of the output message in bytes.

Session ID

The session identifier of the Web service request.

This is actually the foreign key for the corresponding session in the login history table, and not the actual session ID used in the Web service request.

Start Time

The start time of the Web service request.

User Alias

The user alias of the user who executed the Web service request.

Web Service Client Name

The name of the Web service client from which the request was made.

Web Service Name

The name of the Web service to which the request was made.

Web Service Space

The namespace used in the request.


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