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Scenarios that can be monitored in EEM via Scripts

Hi Experts,

We are planning to implement RSLAF, As part of it we want to enable End-User Experience Monitoring .

Can anyone please help me with possible scenarios that can be monitored as End User in EEM via scripts?

Thanks

Rakesh B

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    Oct 21, 2015 at 06:59 AM

    Hi Rakesh,

    I hope you have already gone through the Wiki Link for EEM. If not, then please find the same which will help you alot while configuring your solution manager system for EEM

    Home - End-User Experience Monitoring - SCN Wiki

    From the wiki link itself, below can be achieved

    Which client applications are supported for recording scripts?

    HTTP scripts can be created by recording from a browser session by using the "EEM recorder mode" of the SAP Client Plugin (called EEM Recorder in this mode). Only Microsoft Internet Explorer is supported for EEM recording. More details on the currently supported browser versions and operating systems are mentioned in note 1435190. Note that other clients supported by the SAP Client Plugin for E2E Trace are typically not supported for EEM recording.

    RFC scripts can be recorded from the "Business Explorer" (BEx) via the EEM Recorder. See also HowTo section EEM_Scripts_for_RFC.

    SAPGUI scripts are recorded using the built-in recording functionality of SAPGUI for Windows. See also HowTo section SAPGUI Scripting.

    In addition all types of scripts can be created manuall from scratch, e.g. using wizards in the EEM Editor.

    Regards

    Aditya Khorana

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    Oct 21, 2015 at 12:41 PM

    Hi Rakesh,

    Please mark the question as answered if your query is resolved. If not please let me know if any help required

    Regards

    Aditya

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