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Monitoring Synchronous Service Consumer calls without PI


I have created a web consumer proxy directly within AS ABAP, without a connection to PI, and have been able to successfully make synchronous message calls using the proxy.

However, I have a problem with one message and I would like to see the XML getting returned in the SOAP call. All discussions on the web point to turning on (i.e. setting to '1') the Runtime LOGGING and LOGGING_SYNC parameters in SXMB_ADM, but this seems to just be only for PI integration.

Having changed these parameters, I still cannot see any (synchronous) messages in either SXI_MONITOR or SRT_MONI.

Is there anything else I should turn on or any other transactions I should try. To reiterate, I am trying to log the XML of synchronous messages sent via a web service consume proxy generated within AS ABAP, without PI.



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    Posted on Sep 06, 2017 at 06:15 AM

    Hi Andrew,

    Per my experience, the setting you made in SXMB_ADM only impacts the message processed by the proxy runtime.

    In my case, I also want to view message log from SRT_MONI, but unlucky, I don't know how to make it work.

    And finally, I got an alternative solution. You can try below:

    Go to SRT_UTIL, click button 'Traces' to add a trace configuration. Then change trace settings per your requirements and save the configuration.

    You can send your message again and check payload track tab, you can find the messages.

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