[oXygen-user] Network monitor
radu_coravu at sync.ro
Thu Dec 22 07:37:47 CST 2011
Here is a possible solution:
Oxygen uses Apache Log4j to log various aspects of its internal
functionality + it also logs all the HTTP conversations.
I'm attaching a file called "log4j.properties". If you copy it to the
OXYGEN_INSTALL_DIR and start Oxygen using the "oxygen.bat" start up
script instead of "oxygen.exe" you should receive in the console all the
conversations between HTTP client and Server.
You can also direct the log4j messages to a file and thus get the entire
conversation recorded in that file.
We'll consider adding a Network monitoring console view to Oxygen in a
<oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger
On 12/21/2011 10:32 PM, Jostein Austvik Jacobsen wrote:
> Think about the developer tools you have in your browser. Especially the
> "Network" tab (I'm in Chromium but most browsers have equivalents)...
> I'm currently running an XProc script which takes a lot of time
> (compiling a catalogue). It makes thousands of HTTP-requests using
> p:http-request, as well as a p:load and a p:store.
> So I was thinking; wouldn't it be cool if I could monitor the progress
> of my script by looking at the network traffic? Of course, I could use
> Wireshark (or similar), and I'll probably do so as well. But if it were
> more tightly integrated into oXygen like it is with browser developer
> tools, I might be able to trace the request and response back to which
> XProc line made the request etc. Just an idea...
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