Chapter 10. Web Service Interface (WS)

Table of Contents

1. Web Service Configuration
2. Starting the Web Service and Help Screen
3. Retrieving Output
4. CLI & Scripted Commands

From version 4.3 the HammerDB HTTP Web Service has been enhanced to include a CLI interface as well as an extended SQLite repository database for all log output. The CLI interface translates the CLI commands to the HTTP/REST client passing parameters and returning output in JSON format. The key difference from the configuration of the standard CLI is the addition of jobs. Under the web service output from schema builds, tests, timing, transaction counter and configuration are stored in a SQLite database and retrieved at a later point using a query based on a job id.