We had some troubles earlier because our proxies were pointing to the wrong places. Lets monitor these endpoints in /services/monitor: PAYPAL_PROXY = '<%= solitude_proxy %>/proxy/paypal' BANGO_PROXY = '<%= solitude_proxy %>/proxy/bango'
What would that monitor? If you call that you'll just get an error because its expecting a HTTP request in a particular format to post to bango or paypal. If you format it for bango or paypal we'll send a request to those endpoints. If we want to test the proxy we should find a null end point on bango and paypal we can call.
(In reply to Andy McKay [:andym] from comment #1) > If we want to test the proxy we should find a null end point on bango and > paypal we can call. Yep, find a noop.
Keir, is there a noop you'd recommend for monitoring?
(In reply to Andy McKay [:andym] from comment #1) > What would that monitor? We don't have a specific noop for monitoring. If you want to know if you're pointing in the right direction, you could try getting the WSDL, via https://webservices.bango.com/billingconfiguration/?wsdl
Solitude checks it can speak to the proxy. The proxy checks it can speak to bango. That should eliminate basic networking errors that might occur.