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SXMB_MONI does not show payload after upgrade to SP15

Hi there,

We have installed SP15 in our system, everything seems to be working OK with exception of the SXMB_MONI which now does not show the Payload in the SOAP output/response.

Does anyone know if this is a know bug/functionality of SP15?

Thanks,

Roberto

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2006 at 10:41 AM

    Anyone?

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    • Hi all,

      According to SAP (OSS) this is working as designed. Apparently it was an error in the past that the payload was stored in the DB on the ABAP (IE) side when the AE is involved, as it would then be stored twice at DB level. This explains why this is not a problem when e.g. the IDOC adapter is used.

      Anyway, the only way to let the system show the payload in SXI_MONITOR is to set the runtime trace level to 3 (full trace) and parameter logging to 1 (trace switched on).

      Kind regards,

      Flemming

  • Posted on Feb 08, 2006 at 11:14 AM

    Hi,

    Any solution or news to this topic ?

    We have detected exactly the same problem after patching to SP15.

    In the earlier release (SP13) the payload display was possible.

    Regards

    Rolf

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