The Standalone UI
A window to your web services
Drilldowns give you an overview of where the time is spent in each request
See all I/O activity
All database activity, messages and jobs are shown in an expandable tree
Request details, logs, exceptions and more are available right in the browser
Inspect backend servers and web services
In previous versions of XRebel, we focused our work around web apps with a front end. But with ever popular web services architectures, we gave a facelift to our Standalone UI so that even developers working on headless web services could enjoy a first class XRebel experience.
Not familiar with XRebel yet? Watch this video!
If you’re already using XRebel, just add “/xrebel” at the end of the application context of any XRebel-enabled web service and the Standalone UI will automatically be available to use. Metrics will collect as you stub requests with your favorite testing client, and poorly performing requests will be flagged. Show me how to set this up!
Interactive REST & SOAP Examples
XRebel Shares are interactive traces from the XRebel toolbar. We’ve provided some Shares below. Can you find the listed items in each trace?
Find the JSessionID in this REST request:
Find the number of records we’ll get back from the Owner table, which is limited by the JPA statement:
Find the type of connection being used in this SOAP request header:
Find the kind of JOIN that’s being made between the Owner and Pet table in the JPA request: