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doubts related to creating alerts without BPM

Hello,

I am creating alerts from Michel's following Blog:

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

I have following Questions related to it:

In the Step2, while create container elements, few variables were specifeid.

1. List of container vars were specified. Are they the only container variables we can create?

2. Can I create my own variables?

3. While creating Display container element, in "Datatype" tab, there are 3 options. Object type, dictionary reference, ABAP dict data type. How do I know which type I need to select? do I need to create any new data types for each container element?

Step 3:

4. the message type was specified as "error: &SXMS_ERROR_CODE& (category &SXMS_ERROR_CAT&) was found in a message &SXMS_MSG_GUID& from the interface &SXMS_FROM_SERVICE&"

Do I need to specify the same everytime, i mean to capture any kind of message?

Step 4:

I am trying to capture alerts in an IDOC - File scenario.

I have 3 diff login ids at sender Dev server and XI and one login ID to put file on the target

5. Do I need to mention my XI logon details as recipient? (The IDOC was sent from Dev system login ID)

6. How do I register my email to the user name?

Step 5:

7. I send IDOC such that MM error occurs and it occured.But I cant see the alert. How do I monitor for it?

how do I know where things went wrong with my alert?

Help me to understand alerts better

Thanks in advance,

Nikhil.

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 01:37 PM

    Check the same in the t-code<b>alertdisp</b>. May be it is there but not in the Alert Inbox due to some reason.

    Thanks

    Farooq.

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  • Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 02:16 AM

    >

    > 1. List of container vars were specified. Are they

    > the only container variables we can create?

    > 2. Can I create my own variables?

    You cannot have your own custom container elements. These are the only ones you are allowed.

    > 3. While creating Display container element, in

    > "Datatype" tab, there are 3 options. Object type,

    > dictionary reference, ABAP dict data type. How do I

    > know which type I need to select? do I need to create

    > any new data types for each container element?

    >

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/d0/d4b54020c6792ae10000000a155106/content.htm

    As mentioned in this link you need to select ABAP Dic Data Type.

    > 4. the message type was specified as "error:

    > &SXMS_ERROR_CODE& (category &SXMS_ERROR_CAT&) was

    > found in a message &SXMS_MSG_GUID& from the interface

    > &SXMS_FROM_SERVICE&"

    > Do I need to specify the same everytime, i mean to

    > capture any kind of message?

    The Text can be anything that you want. The container elements are filled dynamically in the runtime. The static text can be anything.

    >

    > Step 4:

    >

    > I am trying to capture alerts in an IDOC - File

    > scenario.

    > I have 3 diff login ids at sender Dev server and XI

    > and one login ID to put file on the target

    > > 5. Do I need to mention my XI logon details as

    > recipient? (The IDOC was sent from Dev system login

    > ID)

    Not sure what this has to do with your alert..

    > 6. How do I register my email to the user name?

    >

    Go to SU01 and assign Email ID to the user here.

    > Step 5:

    >

    > 7. I send IDOC such that MM error occurs and it

    > occured.But I cant see the alert. How do I monitor

    > for it?

    SXMB_MONI is the Tcode for this. Please try to use seach on SDN and search for monitroing of XI.

    Also from your question you still seem to be a newbie to XI, would suggest you try to read up on the blogs on SDN and trying things so that they things become clearer .

    Regards

    Bhavesh

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