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    Moenieb is offline Member
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    Default Method Invokation Tracing

    Hi,

    Is possible to to deploy an applet that will listen to every instances of methods on a server.

    For example:
    When a message enters the server, i would like to know
    i: where it is coming from,
    ii: who is sending it,
    iii: which method/s is being invoked
    iv: and how long it took.

    could an applet like this be deployed on the server and attached itself to the runtime? or the server application? or the OS?

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    Try to build a observer.

    Observer Design Pattern
    This link above help u to build one.

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    Thanks DON

    Will try that.
    have to read the article first though :-)

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    Believe me, if u know how it works, u will love it

    Good luck

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