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  1. Preface
  2. Understanding Data Types and Field Properties
  3. Designing Processes
  4. Using and Displaying Data
  5. Designing Guides
  6. Designing Process Objects
  7. Designing Service Connectors
  8. Using Connectors
  9. System Services, Listeners and Connectors

2. Design

2. Design

Service Connector Timings

Service Connector Timings

You can see the HTTP Response Parsing time, the HTTP Execution Time, and the Redirection Count in the tab of a service connector.
You can see the following HTTP headers in the
Rest Response
section of the tab:
HTTP Response Parsing Time
The time that a service connector takes, in milliseconds, to parse a response from the URL you entered in the
Binding
tab. The HTTP Response Parsing time is usually zero for small requests. For large requests, especially with requests with attachments, the HTTP Response Parsing time increases.
See the HTTP header
X-AE-HTTP-RESPONSE-PARSING-TIME-IN-MILLIS
for the HTTP Response Parsing Time.
Redirection Count
The number of redirects, if any, made by the URL that you entered in the
Binding
tab.
For example, if a service request redirects to a service that in turn redirects to another service, the Redirection Count is two. If a service request goes through with no redirects, the Redirection Count is zero.
See the HTTP header
X-AE-REDIRECTION-COUNT
for the Redirection Count.
If a GET HTTP request redirects to another GET HTTP request, the Redirection Count remains zero. This is a limitation.
HTTP Execution Time
The response time, in milliseconds, of the URL that you entered in the
Binding
tab. The HTTP Execution Time does not include the response parsing time, or the time taken to by the service connector to perform other tasks.
See the HTTP header
X-AE-HTTP-EXECUTION-TIME-IN-MILLIS
for the HTTP Execution Time.
The following image shows the
X-AE-HTTP-RESPONSE-PARSING-TIME-IN-MILLIS
,
X-AE-REDIRECTION-COUNT
, and
X-AE-HTTP-EXECUTION-TIME-IN-MILLIS
HTTP headers: