Tune Web services based on Web Services for J2EEPerformance considerations are the same for Web services applications that are developed and implemented based on the Web Services for J2EE and regular J2EE applications. See Tuning performance for more information about analyzing and tuning J2EE applications. Use the PMI to measure the time required to process Web services requests. To monitor Web services application performance...
- Enable PMI services in appserver .Select the Web Service module, named webServicesModule, in step 7.
- Monitor performance with Tivoli Performance ViewerIn the left-hand pane of the performance view, expand the host and server and select Web Services. Run the Web services client application.
Measurements are available for the following items...
- Number of Web services loaded by the appserver
- Number of requests received
- Number of requests dispatched to an implementation bean
- Number of requests dispatched with successful replies
- Average time in milliseconds between receiving the request and returning the reply
- Average time in milliseconds between receiving the request and dispatching it to the bean
- Average time in milliseconds between dispatch and receipt of reply from the bean
- Average time in milliseconds between receipt of reply from bean to return of result to client
- Average size of request and reply
- Average size of request
- Average size of reply
See AlsoTuning performance parameter index
Enabling performance monitoring services in the appserver
Monitoring performance with Tivoli Performance Viewer (formerly Resource Analyzer)