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You can monitor the runtime processing and communication between Web services and Web service clients using the following tools:

  • Connectivity log

    By default, the system does not record information about runtime calls. When you need to analyze connectivity issues, you can activate the recording of such information. Then you can use the log viewer to check what runtime calls have been made, what has happened during the processing of a call, and what information has been transferred during a call. Using this information, you can find the reasons for which services or applications fail.

    For more information, see Configuring Connectivity Logging and Viewing Connectivity Log .

  • Message miontor

    Using the message monitoring tool, you can search for Web service messages that were sent or received on your system using Web Services Reliable Messaging (WS-RM). With the help of this tool you can track the status of Web service messages, find errors that have occurred, and discover what caused them.

    For more information, see Monitoring Messages .

  • Sequence monitor

    WS-RM ensures that message exchange between a service provider and a service consumer is completed without fault. When using WS-RM-enabled providers and consumers, messages are combined into sequences. You can use the sequence monitoring tool to monitor the sequence status, as well as to end or restart sequences with errors.

    For more information, see Monitoring Sequences .