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Transacation log in 2 client after Change PI default client (Note 940309)

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I have changed the PI default client follow the SAP note 940309, and then all the transaction working fine, but then i realize that the xml transaction log save in both client. (001 and new client(220)).

SXMB_MONI

- Monitor for Processed XML Messages (Got data both client).

- Processing Statistics (Only new client 220).

I used PI 7.0 SP 11.

Anybody have same problem with me, Please advise

Regards

Fernand

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2007 at 03:54 AM

    Hi Fernand,

    You mean XML messages?

    If Yes

    then you see the XML messages in both the clients.

    Since the program which selects the messages RSXMB_SELECT_MESSAGES

    doesnt take the client into consideration.

    If we see the code inside..we will find the following..

    LOOP AT rt_mandt INTO rs_mandt.

    SELECT *

    FROM (lv_master) CLIENT SPECIFIED

    APPENDING TABLE ex_msgtab

    WHERE (where_clause)

    AND mandt = rs_mandt-low

    AND pid IN rt_pid

    ..........................

    Correct me if i am wrong.

    Cheers,

    Sumit

    ps : award points if the solution helped u ..

    Message was edited by:

    Sumit Khetawat

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      Hi Fernand,

      You havent done anything wrong. Itz perfectly alright..

      I have modified my earlier message.

      You can see XML messages in all the clients.

      Since if we see the code first in selects XML messages from all the clients and then shows.

      <i>yes this is normal in PI 7.0 .</i>

      If you got any more doubts do post the same else you can close the thread 😊 ..

      Regards,

      Sumit

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