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ankur rathi
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What is the best way of knowing execution flow of a already developed web application (which has JSPs, Servlets, Java classes, XMLs, properties files, JS files etc)???

Thanks a lot.
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I generally use for debugging.
To see the method call tracing.
 
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Originally posted by Dilip Kumar Jain:
I generally use for debugging.
To see the method call tracing.


Where do you write this code?
 
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Depends on the situation. Like sometimes on Datalayer to find out on which flow of method, it comes through or invoked.

When the debug is enabled during compilation, I can have line numbers in stack trace. This helps me find out the special condition when the method is invoked.

Basically it is good start to find out the flow. You can place the code in deepest layers' methods and find out flow.
[ May 31, 2006: Message edited by: Dilip Kumar Jain ]
 
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