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Seeburger adapter monitoring

We are running Seeburger AS2 adapter with XI3.0.

All inbound messages that the adapter can handle are passed to XI and we have access to those from XI message monitoring.

From there we have alerting setup.

Whenever an external party presents a message with a bad certificate the AS2 adapter refuses the message.

We can see trace of that in the adapter monitor. But there is no message in error passed to XI. So nothing we could get in message monitoring.

We saw we have a logfile containing those errors on the server. We could setup a logfile monitor on this file and get errors in CCMS. And from there, we could trigger alerts. But that does not look very elegant.

Is there a best way to get Seeburger adapter error generating alerts ?

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2006 at 10:29 AM

    Hi,

    If the check is happening in the Adapter then the Alerts needs to be raised by Adapter framework.

    So you have to set up Alert rule for the Adapter framework.

    The message goes to message montioring only if the adapter sends the date to the Adapter engine and then you can see the message in the message monitoring.

    If the rejection is at AF levelt hen you need to check in the Communication Channel if you are getting the Error?

    Regards

    Vijaya

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    • Former Member Frederic Goussault

      Hello Frederic,

      We are having the same question as you had. We want to monitor the Seeburger AS2 Adapter with the alert framework and CCMS, but there are no alerts raised on errors in the Seeburger WorkBench. Did you have a solution for automatic monitoring the Seeburger WorkBench?

      Kind Regards,

      Mark van Dooren

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