Without the appropriate understanding of how the SOA Infrastructure and underlying composites behave, it would be very difficult to know where to begin when troubleshooting a particular issue. Fortunately, the previous chapters have covered a lot of ground in this regard.
The approaches covered in this chapter are intended to provide you with more of a troubleshooting methodology instead of a typical approach of listing out common errors and their resolutions. This includes:
Understanding how and when to increase logger levels
Understanding how to use logs and thread dumps to troubleshoot infrastructure problems
Troubleshooting service wide infrastructure performance problems
Leveraging SQL queries to obtain various composite durations to help identify composite instance performance bottlenecks
Troubleshooting common composite instance issues
Understanding the composite compilation and deployment process, and how to address common problems
This chapter is reliant on information learned in...