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Passing a message from FILE to PROXY, message is successful in pi

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Passing a message from FILE to PROXY, message is successful in pi but the table is not getting updated, can you please suggest what might be wrong or missing,

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 07:23 AM

    Hi Ranjith,

    A others said, if message is successful in PI and your proxy connection is perfect but still ECC tables are not getting updated then there can have 2 reasons -

    1. Message is stuck in SMQ2 of ECC system or failed in ECC system (Check in SXMB_MONI).

    2. Message is successful but your inbound proxy code is not doing the update into the table properly.

    If you cant see the messages in message monitoring then you can check in SXMB_ADM whether logging is activated or not and what is the message archiving interval. Though by default async messages and error messages logging is active but still check once.

    Thanks,
    Apu

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    • Hi Ranjith,

      Here you are using inbound proxy so so job is scheduled for that as the coding is done into the class. This will be automatically triggered when your PI interface will push the data from file.

      If you are looking for outbound report that call outbound service interface then I dont think that there is any to find out rather open the code and the call proxy section.

      Thanks,

      Apu

  • Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 04:40 AM

    Hi Ranjith, Please check the proxy code and debug the proxy using the XML. Please check in ECC sxmb_moni, whether the data logs are success or not. Regards Srinivas

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