Monitor WebService Response Times with curl (-alldetails) on WebLogic by Fevzi Korkutata

Posted: January 19, 2018 in WebLogic
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Case: How to monitor back-end Webservice response times as a consumer with curl on WebLogic?
Solution: If you have a very critical webservice for your application and it’s response time affects your WebLogic runtime performance directly; here is a recipe to monitor every detail of monitoring relevant webservice with curl on WLSDM console. Main shell script to monitor all response times: curlSoapWS.sh Read the complete article here.

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