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Collect Servlet and JSP invocation stats in Tomcat

 
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Do we have a way to collect Servlet and JSP invocation stats in Tomcat?
 
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You can log every access / invocation by uncommenting the AccessLogValve entry in server.xml

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I want to log it programatically. Like write a thread that wakes up every 5 mins and collects the number of times a Servlet has been invoked and if possible time it took to process a request.

As suggested by you, if I comment out the configuration in server.xml will it write to a file? Or do we have an API to retrieve the values?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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