Deployments: Monitoring: JAX-RS Application: Resources: By Classes
Column Display Related Tasks Related Topics
Use this page to monitor the resources model associated with the JAX-RS application by classes. For each resource method, you can monitor the sub-resource path (if applicable), the relative URI path, associated HTTP method, total invocation count, and the producing media types.
Additional information, such as monitoring consuming media types, average execution time, and last invocation time, can be displayed in the table by clicking Customize this table.
You can show fewer or additional data points on this page by expanding Customize this table and modifying the Column Display list. Each data point displays in its own table column.
The following table lists all of the data points that you can display in columns on this page.
Name Description Name
Resource, sub-resource locator, or resource method name.
The context type: resource, resource method, or sub-resource locator.
The relative path that is assigned to this resource.
Provides the HTTP designator that is annotated on the resource method.
Provides the total invocation count.
Average Execution Time (milliseconds)
Provides the average execution time (in ms) per execution. Returns 0 if it was never invoked.
Provides the media-types that are consumed by this resource method.
High Execution Time (milliseconds)
Provides the highest time taken (in ms) by an execution. Returns 0 if it was never invoked.
Last Invocation Time
Provides the last invocation time. Returns 0 if it was never invoked.
Low Execution Time (milliseconds)
Provides the lowest time taken (in ms) by an execution. Returns 0 if it was never invoked.
Provides the media-types that are produced by this resource method.
Provides the type (e.g., POJO, EJB, CDI, etc.) of the resource.
The start time of this MBean.
Total Execution Time (milliseconds)
Provides the total execution time (in ms) of all the requests. Returns 0 if it was never invoked.
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