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From Daniel Ruggeri <DRugg...@primary.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Need Help Urgently: Printing access details in Apache Access logs
Date Thu, 11 Apr 2013 12:57:34 GMT
Hi, Santosh;
   Top of mind, if you have control of the backend response object you
could:
Have the HTTP status code from the backend more accurately reflect
typical HTTP status codes (4xx would be better than 5xx in "OK" scenarios).
Add a response header indicating "OK" and log that (mod_log_config using
%{headername}o). Then anything without that header could be treated as
an error.

Otherwise, I am unaware of a way to interrogate the response object for
content and log differently.

--
Daniel Ruggeri

On 4/11/2013 1:42 AM, santosh kumar wrote:
> Hi 
>
> I am in search of any tool through which i can measure quality of
> service of my sebservice which is being accessed through Apache .
> My webservice is being deployed on tomcat and being accessed by Apache
> from outer  world.
> The problem i am facing is My Customer uses apache's access logs to
> measure the quality of service by just seeing the error codes 200 (for
> OK) and rest others as NOK.
>
> When my service raises any exception ex:object not found then its an
> OK case in regard to my quality of web service but apache shows code
> as 500 and they assume that my web service quality is bad.
>
> is there any way through which we can print the response of web
> service in access logs in Apache.
>
> I need this help urgently if anybody could do it pls....
>
> *With Regards*
> *Santosh Kumar*
>


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