TeamSite 6.7.1 has some nice new URL Commands that give quite a detailed view of various elements in the tool:

The master list of these can be found by placing the following in the browser address bar, replacing ‘servername‘ with the name of your TeamSite server.

The Master List

URL to use:
http://servername/iw-cc/command/iw.base.show_command_descriptors

This command shows the below and very long list..

I have picked out a few useful examples below from the above master list:

Show Performance

URL to use:
http://servername/iw-cc/command/iw.base.show_performance

Returns the below results:

JSP Snoop

URL to use:

http://servername/iw-cc/command/iw.show_snoop

This command returns useful environment information just like ‘show_env.cgi’ does:

Show Loggers

URL to use:

http://servername/iw-cc/command/iw.base.loggers

Returns the below type results to the browser

The above allows you visual easy control of the log4j level settings on all the objects in TeamSite. Remember to always check this is in ‘default’ setting when running the server under Production so as to not add unnecessary overhead to the system.

There are lots of other commands, use the master list mentioned first in this article to play around and find the others you like.

The below are some further useful ones:

http://servername/iw-cc/command/iw.admin.teamsite.iwserver_stats

http://servername/iw-cc/command/iw.admin.teamsite.jvm_memory

http://servername/iw-cc/command/iw.base.caches

http://servername/iw-cc/command/iw.ping

Enjoy!

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