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Test RESTful Web services

After you have installed and started a Web Application that contains a RESTful Web service, you can test your application.

Note: Not all test links may work for your particular application.

  1. In the left pane of the Administration Console, select Deployments.
  2. In the right pane, navigate within the Deployments table until you find the RESTful Web service you want to monitor.

    Note: RESTful Web services are deployed as part of an Web application.

  3. In the Deployments table, click the name of the Web application that contains the RESTful Web service.
  4. Select the Testing tab to display a table that lists the RESTful Web service.
  5. In the Name column, expand the name of the RESTful Web service to see a list of its test points.
  6. Click the /application.wadl test point to ensure that the Web service WADL is accessible. You are prompted to save the WADL file to your local directory for review.

    Note: This link may not work if the application does not support WADL file generation.

  7. Click the Classloader Analysis Tool to invoke the Classloader Analysis Tool (CAT). You must enter your Console login credentials to use the tool.

    CAT is a Web-based class analysis tool which simplifies filtering classloader configuration and aids you in analyzing classloading issues, such as detecting conflicts, debugging application classpaths and class conflicts, and proposes solutions to help you resolve them.

  8. The default row shows the default URL for the RESTful service.

    Note: This link may not work if the application does not support a default URL.

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