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the type and the length of the members of the structures

I am making the BC-XAL program.

Reading `XAL_Interface_Documentation_11.pdf', now I succeeded in "Reading All Saved Monitor Sets" and "Reading All Monitors of a Monitor Set". but I can't find the type and the length of the member of the Structure BAPITNDEXT, so I cannot get the Monitoring Tree of a Monitor.

where can I get any documents or information ?

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2005 at 02:35 PM

    Thank you.I will try them.

    And I will <b>Read Performance Values</b> and <b>Complete Alert</b> later. Perhaps I will have to investigate another structures.

    If I search their structures , where and how can I see them ? I have a 4.7C system.

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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2005 at 02:21 PM

    This is how it looks in my 46c system.

    
    
    MTSYSID         SYSYSID         CHAR      8     0R/3 System, name of R/3 System                                  
    MTMCNAME        ALMCNAME        CHAR     40     0Alert: name of monitoring context                               
    MTNUMRANGE      ALTIDNUMRG      CHAR      3     0Alert: monitoring type number range (perm., temp, ...)          
    MTUID           ALTIDUID        CHAR     10     0ALert: Unique Identifier for  Monitoring Types (used in TID)    
    MTCLASS         ALTIDMTCL       CHAR      3     0Alert: monitoring type class (perf., single msg.,...)           
    MTINDEX         ALTIDINDEX      CHAR     10     0Alert: internal handle for TID                                  
    EXTINDEX        ALTIDINDEX      CHAR     10     0Alert: internal handle for TID                                  
    ALTREENUM       ALTREENUM       INT4     10     0Alert: MT Tree info: Number of tree                             
    ALIDXINTRE      ALIDXINTRE      INT4     10     0Alert: Tree Info: Index of MT in Tree                           
    ALLEVINTRE      ALLEVINTRE      INT4     10     0Alert: Tree Info: Level of MTE in Tree                          
    ALPARINTRE      ALPARINTRE      INT4     10     0Alert: Tree Info: Index of Parent of MT in Tree                 
    OBJECTNAME      ALMOBJECT       CHAR     40     0Alert: Name of Monitoring Object                                
    MTNAMESHRT      ALMTNAMESH      CHAR     40     0Alert: Short Name of Monitoring Type                            
    CUSGRPNAME      ALCUSGROUP      CHAR     40     0Alert: Customization: Name of Customization Group               
    DELIVERSTA      ALDELIVSTA      INT4     10     0Alert: MT Val: Delivery Status                                  
    HIGHALVAL       ALVALUE         INT4     10     0Alert: alert value (1 = green, 2 = yellow, ....)                
    HIGHALSEV       ALSEVERITY      INT4     10     0Alert: severity (alerts, monitoring type custom..)              
    ALSYSID         SYSYSID         CHAR      8     0R/3 System, name of R/3 System                                  
    MSEGNAME        ALMSEGNAME      CHAR     40     0Alert: name of monitoring segment                               
    ALUNIQNUM       ALAIDUID        CHAR     10     0Alert: Unique Identifier to be used in AID (char10)             
    ALINDEX         ALINDEX         CHAR     10     0Alert: internal handle                                          
    ALERTDATE       ALDATE          DATS      8     0Alert: date                                                     
    ALERTTIME       ALTIME          TIMS      6     0Alert: Time value in timeformat                                 
    DUMMYALIGN      ALDUMMYC2       CHAR      2     0Alert: Dummy field. Purpose: Alignment of date/time 16 byte     
    LASTVALDAT      ALDATE          DATS      8     0Alert: date                                                     
    LASTVALTIM      ALTIME          TIMS      6     0Alert: Time value in timeformat                                 
    LASTVALDUM      ALDUMMYC2       CHAR      2     0Alert: Dummy field. Purpose: Alignment of date/time 16 byte     
    ACTUALVAL       ALVALUE         INT4     10     0Alert: alert value (1 = green, 2 = yellow, ....)                
    ACTUALSEV       ALSEVERITY      INT4     10     0Alert: severity (alerts, monitoring type custom..)              
    VALSYSID        SYSYSID         CHAR      8     0R/3 System, name of R/3 System                                  
    VMSEGNAME	ALMSEGNAME	CHAR	40	0	Alert: name of monitoring segment	                              
    VALUNIQNUM	ALAIDUID	CHAR	10	0	Alert: Unique Identifier to be used in AID (char10)	                              
    VALINDEX	ALINDEX	CHAR	10	0	Alert: internal handle	                              
    VALERTDATE	ALDATE	DATS	8	0	Alert: date	                              
    VALERTTIME	ALTIME	TIMS	6	0	Alert: Time value in timeformat	                              
    VALERTDUM	ALDUMMYC2	CHAR	2	0	Alert: Dummy field. Purpose: Alignment of date/time 16 byte	                              
    COUNTOFACT	ALCNTACTAL	INT4	10	0	Alert: MT Val: Count of active Alerts	                              
    COUNTSUM	ALCNTSUMAL	INT4	10	0	Alert: MT Val: Sum of Alerts in MT	                              
    VISUSERLEV	ALVISILEVL	INT4	10	0	Alert: MTE type dev cust: Visible on user level (op,exp,dev)	                              
    TDSTATUS	ALTDSTATUS	INT4	10	0
    	Alert: MT: Type Def Status
    
    

    Welcome to SDN.

    Regards,

    Rich Heilman

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