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Hi Experts,

How can i create <b>container elements</b> with Data type as <b>ABAP Dict, Reference</b>?

<b>Long text for Alert category:</b> &SXMS_ERROR_CODE& (Category &SXMS_ERROR_CAT& ) -


is that correct statement(can we use container elements with in ( ).)

Thank You,

<b>MK</b>

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 03:48 AM

    its very wel explained here in this blog

    /people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/09/09/xi-alerts--step-by-step

    regards

    Pratibha

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 05:23 AM

    Hi MK,

    For SXMS_ERROR_CODE enter ABAP Dict Type as CHAR70.

    SXMS_ERROR_CAT enter ABAP Dict Type as SXMSERRCAT.

    Let us know if you were looking for something else.

    Regards,

    Sumit

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 05:42 AM

    Hi mk,

    Available Container Variables are,

    Container Variable ABAP Dictionary Data Type Meaning

    SXMS_MSG_GUID SXMSMGUIDC Message ID

    SXMS_RULE_NAME SXMSDESCR Description of the alert rule

    SXMS_ERROR_CAT SXMSERRCAT Error category

    SXMS_ERROR_CODE CHAR70 Error code

    SXMS_FROM_PARTY SXI_FROM_PARTY Sender party

    SXMS_FROM_SERVICE SXI_FROM_SERVICE Sender service

    SXMS_FROM_NAMESPACE SXI_FROM_ACTION_NS Sender namespace

    SXMS_FROM_INTERFACE SXI_FROM_ACTION Sender interface

    SXMS_TO_PARTY SXI_TO_PARTY Receiver party

    SXMS_TO_SERVICE SXI_TO_SERVICE Receiver service

    SXMS_TO_NAMESPACE SXI_TO_ACTION_NS Receiver namespace

    SXMS_TO_INTERFACE SXI_TO_ACTION Receiver interface

    Specific Error Information from the Adapter Engine:

    Container Element ABAP Dictionary Data Type Meaning

    SXMS_TO_ADAPTER_TYPE CHAR70 Adapter type

    SXMS_TO_ADAPTER_ERRTXTCHAR70 Error text from the Adapter Engine

    Specific Error Information from the RNIF Adapter:

    Container Element ABAP Dictionary Data Type Meaning

    SXMS_AF_ERRPAR1 … 15 CHAR32 Name of error parameters 1 to 15

    SXMS_AF_ERRVAL1 … 15 CHAR70 Content of error parameters 1 to 15

    Regards,

    Prakasu

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi MK,

      If you want to populate custom variables then you have to enable the option dynamic text when defining the alert category.

      Then you can use the alert category in BPM to raise alert.

      If you got any other doubts i would suggest you do the following..

      Go to http://help.sap.com and then click on search. In the new screen enter Alert Category. You would get SAP help. Read the same. You will understand everything.

      If you got any other doubts let us know.

      Regards,

      Sumit

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 06:17 AM

    Hi Experts,

    <b>Long text for Alert category</b>: &SXMS_ERROR_CODE& (Category &SXMS_ERROR_CAT& ) -


    is that correct statement(can we use container elements with in ( ).)

    <b>because the Alert msg in mail was:</b>

    Error: <b>(Category &SXMS_ERROR_CAT& )</b> was found in a message from the service SA10 and Interface ECCGRN_OB

    &SXMS_ERROR_CAT& appears as is in the mail.

    did i missed something?

    thank You,

    <b>MK</b>

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