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The HTTP Analyzer allows you to examine and monitor HTTP request and response packets. When you select Test Web Service, by default JDeveloper displays the HTTP Analyzer log window and HTTP Analyzer Instances window below the editor window. The web service deploys to Integrated WebLogic Server, then JDeveloper displays the HTTP Analyzer test window with the Request and Response panes placed side by side.

HTTP Analyzer before sending message

In the HTTP Analyzer test window, click the switch layout icon Switch Layout to arrange the Request and Response panes one on top of the other, instead of side by side. You can also undock and dock each tab or window.

In the Request pane, you can enter a value for the parameter. After you click the send request icon Send Request, the processed value is returned in the Response pane:

Request and Response panes after sending

Below the HTTP Analyzer test window are the HTTP Analyzer log window and HTTP Analyzer Instances window.

HTTP Analyzer log window

The HTTP Analyzer log window tab allows you to:

  • Examine the content of HTTP request/response package pairs.
  • Edit the content of a request package, resend it and observe the response packet returned.
  • Monitor and subsequently analyze a web service for conformity to WS-I standards.

The HTTP Analyzer Instances window provides information about the instances of the HTTP Analyzer that are currently running. By default, the HTTP Analyzer uses a single proxy on an analyzer instance (default is localhost), but you can add additional proxies of your own if you need to.

To stop the HTTP Analyzer, click terminate icon Terminate on the toolbar.

For more information about the buttons on each window, press F1 to see the help for that window.

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