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Hi all,

What is the difference between the monitoring done on the RunTimeWorkBench and the one done using SXMB_MONI.

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Keerthi

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:42 AM

    The major difference is that SXMB_MONI works on ABAP stack and the Runtime WorkBench works on J2EE stack for performing monitoring.

    The SXMB_MONI, shows the messages in the Integration Engine. The monitoring is done as following categories.

    1 Monitor for the processed XML messages

    2 Processing statistics.

    3 Archived XML messages ( search by archive and ID)

    4 Job overview

    5 Persistence layer analysis

    6 status monitor for sync/async communication

    The RWB (Runtime Work Bench) gives monitoring info with respect to java stack. Where performed types of monitors like

    1 Component Monitoring

    2 Message Monitoring

    3 End-to-End Monitoring

    4 Performance Monitoring

    5 Cache Monitoring

    with Configuration, Alert configuration and alert inbox.

    Hope this solves your doubt.

    Pnts if it help.

    Regards

    Vinod V

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 05:59 AM

    hi keerthi,

    The RWB can show you the audits logs and monitoring information with respect to Java Stack

    Where as the sxmb_moni can show only message in Integration Engine.

    regards

    Ramesh P

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:01 AM

    hi keerthi,

    RWB -- Able to view Adapter Engine Errors

    sxmb_moni -- Able to view Integration Engine Errors

    Check this document on monitoring in XI

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/003de490-0201-0010-68a4-bf7a1e1fd3a5

    Also check this discussion

    https://forums.sdn.sap.com/rss/rssmessages.jspa?threadID=392882

    regards

    Ramesh P

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:02 AM

    HI,

    One more difference is SXMB_MONI runs on ABAP stack & RWB runs on java stack.

    In RWB you can perform various monitoring tasks like,

    Component monitoring, messg. monitoring, End-end monitoring, performance monitoring and even the alert configuration / alert inbox are defined in the RWB.

    Have a look at this link to learn more - http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/7c/14b5765255e345a9e3f044f1e9bbbf/content.htm

    SXMB_MONI:

    You can trace the XI pipeline steps and the errors if any in the pipeline steps using SXMB_MONI, i.e message monitoring in the Integration server.

    You can monitor the BPM as well.

    Thnx

    Chirag Gohil

    SXMB_MONI is the message monitoring

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 07:13 AM

    Keerthi,

    As everybody has correctly pointed out that one runs on ABAP stack while other on Java...

    If you are asking as a usage point of view...

    for checking the pipeline services we use SXMB_MONI while for determining how our configuration components are working we look into RWB..

    Feel free for clarification of doubts..

    Regards,

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 07:31 AM

    Hi,

    Just go through these links and you will come to know...

    <b>SXMB_MONI & RWB monitoring</b>

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/003de490-0201-0010-68a4-bf7a1e1fd3a5

    <b>Processed XML Message Monitoring in Moni.</b>

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/en/c4/9a5c3bab977239e10000000a114084/content.htm

    Regards,

    Sarvesh

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:16 AM

    Hi Keerthi

    there are two stacks in XI 1)java stack 2) Abap stack

    transaction SXMB_MONI is used for monitoring the messge flow in integration engine for java stack . Basically its main use is for monitoring while message is processing . in this you can see all the pipeline steps in processing.

    Also you can use SXI_MONITOR in place of SXMB_MONI both are same T CODES

    RWB (runtime work-bench) here all monitoring part is done like component monitoring, end to end monitoring , message monitoring ,performance monitoring,index administration, alert configuration etc

    some time message processed in java engine fails in adapter engine

    through RWB you can monitor those messages also

    also through RWB you can monitor message in java engine.

    For more details on the same topic you can follow this discussion

    sap-xi-monitoring

    hope it may clear you about SXMB_MONI and RWB

    Thanks

    sandeep

    PS : If helpful plz reward points

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:38 AM

    In sxmb_moni u can monitor the execution of the scenario at once, it is basically in the integration engine..while in RWB u can monitor individualy abt everything like communication channel or adapter engine etc..

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