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How to find Traces in SAP PI 7.3 java only stack

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How to find the trace logs and pipeline steps in sap pi 7.31 java only stack, which we will get in below areas,

1. In sap pi dual stack , SXMB_MONI (abap stack) in window 1

2. In sap pi dual stack , monitoring--->integration engine--->message monitoring----> xml messages(data base)

I already found some blog related to the logging but i doesn't help to find the traces which we get in SXMB_MONI (window 1, trace)

Your suggestions are highly appreciated.

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2014 at 05:09 PM


    In Single stack we go for ICO instead of classical configurations(Pipe line steps(SA,RA,RD,ID)).

    Link you are referring is to find the display of traces that you put in your UDF or Java mapping or XSLT mapping .

    If you want to see the traces/payloads of end to end flow ,then you can see the same either in your communication channel monitoring/receiver channel or via message monitoring/adapter engine-->message log

    If you want to see payloads in the below steps .you can also do so by following the below link.

    Message Staging and Logging Options in Advanced Adapter Engine of PI/PO 7.3x/7.4

    Processing Step
    Description AM After mapping step, but before outbound schema validation VO After outbound schema validation BI After sender adapter processing, but before inbound schema validation MS Before mapping step VI Before scenario look-up step (check if scenario is local Advanced Adapter Engine based or dual-stack based involving Integration Engine)



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