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Are there built in features in XI for business monitoring?

For example business analyst wants to know How much many is going through XI per day per week. How many users got a discount etc.

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2005 at 08:01 AM

    Sergey,

    As far as my knowledge there is nothing of that sort in XI today, however with BAM (Business Activity Monitoring), I would expect those kind of requirements to be solved.

    Regards,

    Ravi

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  • Posted on Oct 24, 2005 at 08:02 AM

    Hi,

    you can monitor XI message from RWB (runtime workbench)

    there's a <b>Performence monitoring</b> link

    which allows you to monitor how many messages

    go through XI

    you can restrict this to one interface

    so in a way you can monitor certain business transactions

    but this is the only way

    if you want to have something more

    you can build your own business monitor

    (as we did) and now we have a new TCODe in XI

    which allows us to monitor business trasactions

    Regards,

    michal

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    • Former Member

      Thanks.

      What do you think about my approach?

      To create one generic WebService that will receive XML as string and act as MessageListener:

      For example:

      ===========

      <busmoni:dataToListen>

      <![CDATA[...<myInterface>...</myInterface>]]>

      </busmoni:dataToListen>

      This WebService will be configured through Web UI in form of INTERFACE NAME or XSD Definition -> data to listen (XPath expression etc.)

      WebService will retrieve data by XPath and store it in DB. After that I can use BW or other tool in order to perform <b>any</b> report.

      It will be possible to insert this Service in any step of BPM or recever determination.

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