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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 08:29 AM

    End-to-end monitoring in SAP XI provides a graphical overview of the different XI

    components and the message flow between them. It is based on the Process Monitoring Infrastructure

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 08:19 AM

    1. Create User CSMREG

    Call transaction RZ21 and choose

    Configure Central System �� Create

    User CSMREG. In the dialog box

    that appears specify the password

    for user CSMREG.

    2. Create Agent Configuration File

    Call transaction RZ21 and choose

    Configure Central System → Create

    Start CSMCONF for Agents. Store

    the CSMCONF file on your local

    hard disk.

    On the J2EE Engine host, copy the

    file to:

    /usr/sap/CCMS/

    <SID>_<InstNr>/sapccsmr/

    The CSMCONF file contains all the

    information about the central system

    required by the SAPCCMSR agent

    registering at the CCMS system.

    3. Register CCMSR Agent

    a. Using the Visual Administrator

    In the Visual Administrator,

    navigate to Cluster &#8594; Dispatcher

    &#8594; Services &#8594; Monitoring and

    choose the CCMS Agent

    Configuration tab page.

    Enter all required passwords and

    choose Register.

    - 7 -

    b. Register Agent Manually

    To register the CCMSR agent

    manually, execute the command

    from the folder that contains the

    agent executable.

    If you need to register the

    CCSMR agent to a CEN

    system, refer to the Appendix.

    sapccmsr –R –j2ee pf=<path of the

    instance profile>

    4. Check Agent Registration

    Call transaction RZ21. In the

    Topology section, choose Agents for

    Local System, and then choose

    Display Overview. The agent that

    was previously registered should

    appear with the status online.

    5. System Group Entry

    In transaction RZ21, choose

    Technical Infrastructure &#8594; Configure

    Central System &#8594; Maintain System

    Groups. Check if the SID of your

    J2EE Engine is added to the system

    group J2EE_Systems.

    6. Display the J2EE Engine

    Monitoring Data

    Call transaction RZ20. Choose the

    monitor set All Systems from SAP

    J2EE Monitor Templates.

    There should be an entry for each

    monitored J2EE Engine.

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 08:22 AM

    any idea about alerts framework configuration

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 08:26 AM

    there are six steps

    1.Users and Authorizations

    2.Set Up the Central Alert Server

    3.ICF Services

    4.Schedule Alert Processing

    5.Create a Report Variant

    6.Schedule Report

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 08:28 AM

    what is End-to-End Monitoring

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 08:38 AM

    thanks a lot i think this doc will solve all my query

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 08:41 AM

    Welcome

    bye

    if helpful kindly reward points

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