WebAppRequests shows specific information about models and the top-level action in a model.
Here is an example of the WebAppRequests section from a IBM® WebSphere® Portlet Factory servlet statistics log:
WebAppRequests: 4426 Latency: 149
WebAppRequests/com.bowstreet.service.ShoppingMethodsLogin: 94 Latency: 467
WebAppRequests/com.bowstreet.service.ShoppingMethodsLogin/DoLogin: 46 Latency: 733
WebAppRequests/com.bowstreet.service.ShoppingMethods: 4332 Latency: 142
WebAppRequests/com.bowstreet.service.ShoppingMethods/_gen_button_resultManTable/AddItemToCart7: 1397 Latency: 203
WebAppRequests/com.bowstreet.service.ShoppingMethods/postList: 43 Latency: 96
WebAppRequests/com.bowstreet.service.ShoppingMethods/searchUser: 43 Latency: 247
WebAppRequests/com.bowstreet.service.ShoppingMethods/searchMan: 1373 Latency: 148
WebAppRequests/com.bowstreet.service.ShoppingMethods/postMan: 1388 Latency: 74
WebAppRequests/com.bowstreet.service.ShoppingMethods/shopping: 45 Latency: 120
WebAppRequests/com.bowstreet.service.ShoppingMethods/shopAbout: 43 Latency: 99
The first line shows the total number of requests for all models, which is 4426, with the average WebSphere Portlet Factory servlet latency, 149 milliseconds.
The following lines show a model breakdown for the two models executed, ShoppingMethods (4332 requests total) and ShoppingMethodsLogin (94 requests total). For each model it shows the total for all requests to the model, and then lists each top-level method or page in the model.
You can use this data to see which models and pages/methods are being executed and to get a rough picture of the responsiveness for each.
Parent topic: Statistics log properties file entries and format: wpf7