After a Web application that contains a RESTful Web service is installed and started, you can review information about the service, such as its invocation and error counts, average execution time, and so on.
To monitor a RESTful Web service:
Note: RESTful Web services are deployed as part of an Web application.
This page displays the application name, its root context, and the server on which it is running. Statistics such as error and invocations counts are aggregated for all servers on which the Web service is running. You can customize the information that is shown in the table by clicking Customize this table.
The table provides a summary of information for each resource. Expand a resource name to view the public methods that can be invoked by client applications.
For each method, runtime monitoring information is displayed, such as the number of times the operation has been invoked since the WebLogic Server instance started, the average execution time, and so on. You can customize the information that is shown in the table by clicking Customize this table.