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From WJ Krpelan <krpelan...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Debug a web service invocation
Date Wed, 26 Jul 2006 12:05:45 GMT
Hi,
very interesting, where can I find it??
Cheers,
Wolfgang Krpelan

--- Yueqiang <yue0972@yahoo.com.cn> wrote:

> 
> Hi All,
> 
> We've developed a composite debugger for service
> invocations (based on axis 1.x), a web-scale
> debugger.
> It has following features:
> (1) Do not need always to turn on the debug
> conditional attribute when you inspect a service
> invocation;
> (2) Two levels to control a service invocation,
> message-level and source-level. 
> The ml-debugging could control and interrupt the
> service invocation by issueing debug commands, and
> observe/update values of those fields in a message
> context and invoke its methods dynamically. When you
> want to debug a handler or provider in source-level,
> the handler can emigrate outside within an
> environment turning on the debug conditional
> attribute (another JVM).
> (3) The message-level debugging work on self-check
> and proactive modes.
> This means the debugging does not interfere other
> service invocations. It only employs to debug the
> invocation you want to. Not like the log and monitor
> in axis 1.x, which work on a possive mode.
> (4) It could support any JDI-based debuggers for
> dource-level debug.
> 
> The composite debugger is a new approach to
> debugging service invocations other than the
> existing log and monitoring ways
> 
> Any way the web-scale debugging is a intersting
> topic.
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Qaing Yue
> 
> 


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