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Customize Alert Messages configured on AS ABAP

Hi PI Gurus,

We have configured CBMA on AS ABAP to capture alerts from IE failures.

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http://scn.sap.com/community/pi-and-soa-middleware/blog/2012/12/27/component-based-message-alerting-on-as-abap

According to our understanding, all IE failures are captured in AS ABAP stack while AE failures are captured on JAVA Stack in CBMA scenario. Can you let us know if this is appropriate understanding?

Now we are able to captured Receiver Determination / Agreement etc. alerts in AS ABAP and able to send mail out using standard consumer ALERT-TO-MAIL. We have a requirement to customize these alert messages and will appreciate if you can tell us the way to do it? We are able to customize our alert messages from AE failures as they are captured in Java Stack and we can retrieve these alerts using AlertRetrieveAPI webservice. But we are not able to retrieve these alerts using same API.

Secondly we are not seeing alerts generated from "Mapping General Error" in SXMSALERTCONTENT table and they are not captured in our alert rules as well? While creating the alert rule in ID all the runtime components,message statuses are included and we are using the standard consumer ALERT-TO-MAIL.

Your prompt response will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and Regards,

Satyen Ameria

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  • Posted on Jan 29, 2014 at 12:21 AM

    According to our understanding, all IE failures are captured in AS ABAP stack while AE failures are captured on JAVA Stack in CBMA scenario. Can you let us know if this is appropriate understanding


    ---> This is correct.


    We have a requirement to customize these alert messages and will appreciate if you can tell us the way to do it?


    You should look for the report SXMSALERT_SEND_VIA_MAIL as it is the one which we use to fetch the alerts when we setup CBMA.


    AFAIK -This would be the only source to customize your alerts.

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