What is the RID in such error codes "(wsclient:FATAL) [RIDnnnn]" ?

What is the RID in such error codes “(wsclient:FATAL) [RIDnnnn]” ?
Is it a request ID to keep track?

Example pattern:
2014-07-11 11:17:04 GMT+00:00 (wsclient:FATAL) [RID:123] - com.webmethods.caf.wsclient.proxy.impl.WSClientDynamicProxy: HTTP error response:

Access Denied

java.rmi.RemoteException: HTTP error response:

Access Denied

    at electric.soap.http.reference.SOAPToHTTP.invoke(SOAPToHTTP.java:209)
    at electric.soap.http.reference.SOAPToHTTP.handle(SOAPToHTTP.java:136)
    at electric.soap.references.logging.LoggingSOAPReference.handle(LoggingSOAPReference.java:57)
    at electric.jaxrpc.handler.JAXRPCReference.handle(JAXRPCReference.java:76)
    at com.webmethods.soap.module.SOAPModuleReference.handle(SOAPModuleReference.java:99)
    at electric.soap.references.interceptor.InterceptorSOAPReference.handle(InterceptorSOAPReference.java:69)
    at electric.soap.java.reference.JavaToSOAP.handle(JavaToSOAP.java:72)
    at electric.soap.java.reference.JavaToSOAP.invoke(JavaToSOAP.java:238)
    at electric.soap.java.reference.JavaToSOAP.invoke(JavaToSOAP.java:165)

I think it’s the thread ID that is used to initiate the WS call.
you can take a thread dump to see which thread is doing the job.
But it doesn’t really matter to your WS issue.

Hi,

I think RID comes from: Request ID

Regards,
Vlad Turian