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4 replies Latest Post - ‏2012-11-23T05:38:57Z by Sreejith.kanneri
Sreejith.kanneri
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Pinned topic Debugging BOD requests

‏2012-11-20T09:29:34Z |
Hi All,

Is there any plugin or other kind of tools to view the BOD request and responses.

Basically i am trying to track the wcf:getData requests and their responses for debugging purposes.

Any help much appreciated.

thanks
Sreejith
Updated on 2012-11-23T05:38:57Z at 2012-11-23T05:38:57Z by Sreejith.kanneri
  • KiranYayavaram
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    Re: Debugging BOD requests

    ‏2012-11-22T19:50:24Z  in response to Sreejith.kanneri
    com.ibm.commerce.foundation.logging.ServiceLogger=finest
  • KiranYayavaram
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    Re: Debugging BOD requests

    ‏2012-11-22T19:50:52Z  in response to Sreejith.kanneri
    Try this trace setting....

    com.ibm.commerce.foundation.logging.ServiceLogger=finest
    • Sreejith.kanneri
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      Re: Debugging BOD requests

      ‏2012-11-23T04:22:53Z  in response to KiranYayavaram
      Thanks a lot for the reply kiran ... Will try this out
      meanwhile i was trying to bring up the services in the TCP/IP monitor .

      I could only see the css , js and images on the monitor but no BOD services.

      Is there a way to know at which port the BOD services are hosted ?

      Is is possible to monitor it via the TCP/IP monitor in RAD ?

      I was following the refernce : http://www.avajava.com/tutorials/lessons/how-do-i-monitor-http-communication-in-eclipse.html?page=2
      • Sreejith.kanneri
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        Re: Debugging BOD requests

        ‏2012-11-23T05:38:57Z  in response to Sreejith.kanneri
        Thanks again Kiran for the direction

        I figured out what i was exactly looking for the BOD requests and responses can be found by the trace log level

        com.ibm.commerce.foundation.server.command.bod=finest