At a customer we instrumented multiple applications (spring boot, deployed in tomcat). For one we get multiple services named after controllers (though not all controller we would expect), for another we only get few services named after the context root.
reads that web service names are generated from the WSDL definitions or
web service endpoint if that is not possible. That would explain why only some services are shown.
But the customer says no WSDL definitions are in place anywhere, so is there another way the web serivce name property
More information on where web service name property can come from and how to controller for which we see services are selected would be very helpful.
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This question was mainly for Spring Boot based web servcies. The web service detection there was greatly improved in one of the last OneAgent versions, we are getting a lot more controller services now!