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Monitor JMS queues in XI

Is there a way to monitor JMS queues . These queues are created on the XI server and JMS messages would be posted into these.

I'm aware that CCMS monitoring can monitor almost all components, however would CCMS also monitor the number of messages in the queue if that crosses a threshold, and if the JMS queue is down(not the RFC queue).

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Sunil R

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  • Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 04:39 PM

    Hi sunil,

    Can you explain in more detail how are you handling this

    >>These queues are created on the XI server and JMS messages would be posted into these.

    Kindly check it Whether thru FTP the Queues are sent to SAP XI ?

    Regards

    Agasthuri Doss

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 11:43 PM

    sunil,

    you need to use external JMS messages browser tool like Hermes.

    Down load the software from this site.

    http://hermesjms.com/confluence/display/HJMS/Home

    Look into the 'tutorials' to setup this for SAP.

    I have setup this to browse the JMS queues on the SAP XI J2EE Engine.

    Thanks

    Kalyan

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      Hi Sunil,

      I think that can be possible with 'watch' function in the Hermes tool. I have not checked this functionality though. We have the similar requirement which is not done yet.

      Sorry I could not able to help you much.

      Thanks

      Kalyan

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