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SOAP monitoring programaticly?

Marko Debac
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Joined: Aug 21, 2006
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Hi,

I am using netbeans with glassfish to study and creating wsit application.
I need to monitoring soap request and response, but glassfish has a bug in monitoring (he shows for response request, and request normaly ), so is there posibility to put some snipet code for monitoring my web services and that output (of request and response) is showen in server log.

If you watch closely thisscreencast, you will see at the end - at 27 min how she get out request and response on log at app server, but I dont get it what she did to get this out?

Please help
Marko
William Brogden
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If all you want is the exact content of the SOAP request and response, I think the TCPMON tool will do the trick.

Bill


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