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Web Service Monitor Tool

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JF
We have a problem with large data being transfered from our webservice.

We would like a tool to monitor the activity of a specific webservice
in II6.0 and how we can reduce the data being transmitted.

tx

Jan 22 '07 #1
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Use counters

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With Regards
Shailen Sukul
..Net Architect
(MCPD: Ent Apps, MCSD.Net MCSD MCAD)
Ashlen Consulting Services
http://www.ashlen.net.au
"JF" <cy**********@yahoo.comwrote in message
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We have a problem with large data being transfered from our webservice.

We would like a tool to monitor the activity of a specific webservice
in II6.0 and how we can reduce the data being transmitted.

tx

Jan 22 '07 #2

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JF
OK. Thanx.

Shailen Sukul escreveu:
Use counters

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With Regards
Shailen Sukul
.Net Architect
(MCPD: Ent Apps, MCSD.Net MCSD MCAD)
Ashlen Consulting Services
http://www.ashlen.net.au
"JF" <cy**********@yahoo.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@m58g2000cwm.googlegr oups.com...
We have a problem with large data being transfered from our webservice.

We would like a tool to monitor the activity of a specific webservice
in II6.0 and how we can reduce the data being transmitted.

tx
Jan 23 '07 #3

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Hi,
Hi,
Yes you can reduce data transmitted by using soap extensions.You need to
override
ProcessMessage method.In processmessage method there are four stages of Soap
Messages.You will write the code for encrpting data in AfterSerialize stage
and code for Decrypting data in BeforeDeserialze stage.You will find
following URL useful which gives complete working code for it:
http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/Code/20...WebService.asp

Hope this helps you out.

Thanks and Regards,
Manish Bafna.
MCP and MCTS.

"JF" wrote:
We have a problem with large data being transfered from our webservice.

We would like a tool to monitor the activity of a specific webservice
in II6.0 and how we can reduce the data being transmitted.

tx

Jan 29 '07 #4

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Hi JF,

We have developed a Monitoring Tool to monitor .NET Web Services in
real-time. You can see a flash demo (demo plays by itself) here which shows
some of the features of our tool:

http://www.soapknox.com/demo

Contact us if you want more information.

Sanjesh

Real-Time Web Service Monitoring for .NET
SoapKnox Inc
http://www.soapknox.com
Ph: 832 279 3745

"JF" wrote:
We have a problem with large data being transfered from our webservice.

We would like a tool to monitor the activity of a specific webservice
in II6.0 and how we can reduce the data being transmitted.

tx

Feb 12 '07 #5

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