Performance Of OAG Scripting Language Filter
Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2017
Applies to:Oracle API Gateway - Version 11.1.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The traffic monitor details show that this filter took 12ms for the first call and 4-5ms each on subsequent calls.
A Groovy script which retrieves the current date/time as a string using Java classes was also implemented- this Scripting Language filter took approximately 180ms for the first invocation and 0-1ms on subsequent calls.
The overall performance of the Scripting Language filter seems to be low and variable. Looking at some recent transactions in a QA environment, it was seen that the above Groovy script typically fluctuates anywhere between 0-15ms to retrieve the current date/time - many of these are in the middle of the night, where there should be no other load on the server.
No errors. Performance issue
OAG 220.127.116.11 SP2
OS: Linux x86-64
1) Create a policy with a Scripting Language filter, expose it as a path.
2) Invoke the path multiple times.
3) Observe that the first invocation takes longer and subsequent invocations are typically faster.
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