I have been tasked with a duty outside of my skill-set. I need to pull together a list of all the web services that are called on the various pages. I have downloaded the site to my local machine. Actually there are two sites, one in zend1 and the other zendFramework2. Is there a method and/or tool out there that will show me the "web services" that are being called on a page as I click through the site?
I don't want to see the code or anything, I just want to see the "web service" name. I see some of the obvious call references, but suspect that there are some other not so obvious.
So for example, click on link one, i want something that will show me webser1a and webser2b were called. I click on the edit link and then see that editWebser51 was called. Click on "see more" link, i want something that will show me webser12h and webser342cb were called and so on.
You know if you use firebug or chrome developer tools, you can see the css files or js files - is there anything that can do this web services - again, i don't want to see the code as you actually with a css file via firebug, i just want to see that xxxx-webservice(s) called.
I have matched up some of the zend calls to the matching SAP web service.
Zend and web services are outside of my skill-set, but inherited a few tasks after developers quit. After investigating the zend code, i think i see why. At any rate, I would like to be able to complete this task of tracking down from where each web services is being called