Website and Network Stress Monitoring

Written by Vadim Mazo and David Leonhardt

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Why a stress monitoring network?

Ifrepparttar target audience is acrossrepparttar 131501 globe, or even acrossrepparttar 131502 country, a company needs to monitor its website and applications stress loads from different locations acrossrepparttar 131503 globe. The web server must provide reasonable performance from wherever customers are located. In such a situationrepparttar 131504 software solution is unlikely to meetrepparttar 131505 company's requirements.

Organizations must use external website stress monitoring tools, which provide detailed performance reports on servers that are tested from different locations. The outcome of these tests can help in fine-tuningrepparttar 131506 settings at their ISPs and in optimizing performance ofrepparttar 131507 servers. Besides this, external stress testing also include monitoring of other network infrastructures that connect torepparttar 131508 web server, such as routers, firewalls and leased lines that providerepparttar 131509 back-end connectivity.

This is why Dotcom-Monitor's stress test tool offers its clients stress test agents located in various countries such asrepparttar 131510 USA, UK and Germany. This service provides performance data aboutrepparttar 131511 website from these and other locations spread acrossrepparttar 131512 globe.

So if you run a business onrepparttar 131513 Internet, it is important that your website and all associated web applications perform to their optimum levels. They handle transactions quickly and in turn offer faster response times to your user requests. Using web stress services you can get information you need to ensure superior throughputs and gain a reputation for high-performance dependability among your customers.

Vadim Mazo runs a website monitoring network, with more information on external website monitoring. David Leonhardt is a Canadian website marketing strategies consultant and an author of self-help books.

Web Services Interoperability

Written by Senthil Krishnamurthy from Aspire System (India) Pvt. Ltd.

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2. Inrepparttar URL box type http://localhost:8888/axis/servlet/AxisServlet (or u can giverepparttar 131499 web service URL) 3. Now it will showrepparttar 131500 list of services that are available. From that select Get Order (wsdl) link. 4. Click Add Reference button. We need to create a proxy client to access this web reference. For that we needrepparttar 131501 wsdl file of that particular web service. Save WSDL file The AxisServlet generatesrepparttar 131502 wsdl file forrepparttar 131503 web service. To getrepparttar 131504 wsdl for Get Order Web service, Type this URL in browser: http://localhost:8888/axis/servlet/AxisServlet. Click on wsdl link belongs to Get Order Web service. It will displayrepparttar 131505 wsdl xml content. Save this content with .wsdl extension. Create Proxy Client Forrepparttar 131506 creation of proxy client we can utilizerepparttar 131507 wsdl tool of Microsoft Visual Studio. Now, openrepparttar 131508 Command Prompt (preferablyrepparttar 131509 Visual Studio.NET Command Prompt, which verifiesrepparttar 131510 PATH environmental parameters are set correctly). Navigate torepparttar 131511 directory containingrepparttar 131512 GetOrder.wsdl file. Typerepparttar 131513 following atrepparttar 131514 command prompt: wsdl /o:GetOrderService.cs GetOrder.wsdl Nowrepparttar 131515 GetOrderService.cs file will be created. This isrepparttar 131516 proxy class forrepparttar 131517 referenced web service. So, add this file intorepparttar 131518 assembly of your C# project. By making instance to this proxy client we can callrepparttar 131519 Get Order Web service asrepparttar 131520 following code, GetOrderService GOService = new GetOrderService (); string strOrders; strOrders = GOService.getOrder (); Accessing .Net Web Service from Java For accessingrepparttar 131521 .Net web service we can userepparttar 131522 org.apache.soap package and it sub package rpc. We need to providerepparttar 131523 Service URL, Target namespace andrepparttar 131524 Soap Action which is present inrepparttar 131525 wsdl file. By usingrepparttar 131526 Call class we can invokerepparttar 131527 Web service method as inrepparttar 131528 following code: String URLString = "http://localhost/WebService1/Service1.asmx"; String TargetNamespace = "http://localhost/WebService1/Service1"; String SOAPAction = "http://Walkthrough/XmlWebServices/sendMessage"; URL url = new URL (URLString); //setup arepparttar 131529 invocation Call call = new Call(); call.setTargetObjectURI (TargetNamespace); call.setMethodName ("sendMessage"); call.setEncodingStyleURI (Constants.NS_URI_SOAP_ENC); Response resp = call.invoke (url, SOAPAction);

Messaging Concepts Inrepparttar 131530 given architecture, u can seerepparttar 131531 JMS and MSMQ messaging concepts are used. Hererepparttar 131532 brief notes on these concepts.

JMS JMS is a set of interfaces and associated semantics that define how a JMS client accessesrepparttar 131533 facilities of an enterprise-messaging product. Enterprise messaging is recognized as an essential tool for building enterprise applications and Ecommerce systems, and JMS provides a common way for Java programs to create, send, receive, and read an enterprise messaging system's messages. You can learn more about JMS inrepparttar 131534 following URL: MSMQ Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) technology enables .net applications running at different times to communicate across heterogeneous networks and systems that may be temporarily offline. Applications send messages to queues and read messages from queues. You can get more details on MSMQ from Conclusion In this part ofrepparttar 131535 Web services tutorial we learned how to write interoperable Web services. All examples were focused onrepparttar 131536 integration of MS .NET and Java. We demonstrated that Web services technology gives usrepparttar 131537 opportunity to pickrepparttar 131538 best technology for each particular piece of our system. Some of us may want to know how to create web services in Java and C#, and also more details on integration of JMS and MSMQ with web services. Those things we are not discussed here. If you have doubts on those areas, please feel free to contact me at

K. Senthil B.E., is working in Aspire Systems (India) Pvt. Ltd.

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