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Web Service Performance

In a deployed .Net Service is there any settings that can be made on
the server level that can log all requests to the service and the time
that the request was made to the service and the time the request was
sent back to the client?

Feb 2 '07 #1
3 1238
Hi,

Enabling the trace will gives you only the time when each web method call
was received on the server.

Microsoft way of measuring web services requests involves writing code to
create performance counters as it is described in the article from below:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms979201.aspx.

You can log your calls as well into a file, database, event log and these
methods still involve coding and setting up proper access permission to these
objects for the identity under which the web service runs.

Best regards,
Eugen

"ro*******@hotmail.com" wrote:
In a deployed .Net Service is there any settings that can be made on
the server level that can log all requests to the service and the time
that the request was made to the service and the time the request was
sent back to the client?

Feb 5 '07 #2
I should have mentioned that the .Net web service is a 3rd party code
and I am trying to get some performance information at the web service
level based on our infrastructure.
On Feb 5, 1:38 pm, Eugen <E...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Hi,

Enabling the trace will gives you only the time when each web method call
was received on the server.

Microsoft way of measuring web services requests involves writing code to
create performance counters as it is described in the article from below:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms979201.aspx.

You can log your calls as well into a file, database, event log and these
methods still involve coding and setting up proper access permission to these
objects for the identity under which the web service runs.

Best regards,
Eugen

"robin9...@hotmail.com" wrote:
In a deployed .Net Service is there any settings that can be made on
the server level that can log all requests to the service and the time
that the request was made to the service and the time the request was
sent back to the client?

Feb 6 '07 #3
Is it any way to install a tool (as Fiddler) on the server to do just that?

Eugen
"ro*******@hotmail.com" wrote:
I should have mentioned that the .Net web service is a 3rd party code
and I am trying to get some performance information at the web service
level based on our infrastructure.
On Feb 5, 1:38 pm, Eugen <E...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Hi,

Enabling the trace will gives you only the time when each web method call
was received on the server.

Microsoft way of measuring web services requests involves writing code to
create performance counters as it is described in the article from below:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms979201.aspx.

You can log your calls as well into a file, database, event log and these
methods still involve coding and setting up proper access permission to these
objects for the identity under which the web service runs.

Best regards,
Eugen

"robin9...@hotmail.com" wrote:
In a deployed .Net Service is there any settings that can be made on
the server level that can log all requests to the service and the time
that the request was made to the service and the time the request was
sent back to the client?


Feb 6 '07 #4

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