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Connection Monitoring - Not all connections are displayed

Hi experts,

I try to start with connection monitoring in Solution Manager - Technical Monitoring.

First impression - pretty good.

However, I have one problem, to get all RFCs from managed system.

I get the popup, that the backgroud-job did start to determine the connections, however also later I don't get all RFCs.

I've already checked the extractor-framework, which is active/green.

BTW, I don't get displayed any TCPIP-Connection, but the will also work, right?

Kind regards

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    Jan 14, 2015 at 09:17 AM

    I would say use URL monitoring and GRMG for monitoring those non-abap servers.

    If those say

    Also, a custom script might help you achieve this, where you can put in a loop which does a technical ping to these system and connection test to check and alert in case of any failure.

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  • Jan 13, 2015 at 02:39 PM

    Hi Christian,

    TCP/IP connections are not supported for Connection Monitoring. For Monitoring TCP/IP connections please can you review the following SAP wiki for Interface Channel Monitoring.

    http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/TechOps/ICMON_FAQ

    Connection Monitoring supports connections of the following types only:

    3 - ABAP Connection,

    G - HTTP Connection to External Server

    H - HTTP Connection to ABAP System

    If you are missing RFC connection then as mentioned you should check the

    Extractor Framework of the SAP Solution Manager Administration the ABAP RFC

    Extractor for Connection Monitoring. If no errors occur there can you confirm your SOLMAN SP level.

    Kind regards,

    Roland

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  • Jan 13, 2015 at 05:00 PM

    Are the TCP/IP RFCs one that are registered programs?  You could monitor the program on the server running as a possible solution to monitoring TCP/IP RFCs.

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    • Hello Billy,

      yes....maybe an option, but I would prefer the RFC-check, as than I have the channel, where it has to work by 100%.

      But I will think about your suggestion.


      Kind regards