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xml, Monitoring

Hello Experts,

My questions are,

- What is XML and why is it used in XI? Does XI only understands XML?

- What is a protocal, why do we use it in first hand? what is transport protocol and what porotocol XI uses?

- What is monitoring? How does the monitoring activity take place in XI, what Tcode is used? How do we check the message flow and what is the process of trouble shooting the erroraneous messages?

- in monitoring, how do we monitor Integartion engine, Aapter Engine, BPE and when do they come into play?

Thanq all for your time.



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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 09:02 AM

    Hi Raj

    1. XML - extensible Markup Language

    2. As of release 6.20, the SAP Web AS is able to exchange XML based messages using the Exchange Infrastructure.

    Integration Engine which is a part of XI, assumes the role of Integration Server reccieves XML messages, determines the receivers, performs mappings, and forwards the XML messages to the corresponding receiver systems.

    3. Monitoring in XI means to monitor all the communication channels, inflow and outflow of the messages, performance monitoring, Integration Engine, Adapter engine and Business Process Engine

    Browse to URL http://<XI_server>:50000/rep/start/index.jsp

    click on Integration Monitoring > Runtime Workbench.

    login with authorised User ID/ password, you find component monitoring, message monitoring, End-to-end monitoring, performance monitoring,etc.

    you can use even "SXMB_MONI" to monitor XI.

    you can even check countless blogs related to XI monitoring and stuff in SDN>blogs

    Cheers !!!

    Satish Kumar

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