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Dynamic configuration in ABAP tables


is there any ABAP table in XI containing the dynamic configuration's xml of a message (or an equivalent information in any format)?



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    Posted on May 08, 2008 at 10:10 AM


    Dynamic configurations will be a part of the xi message header

    chk these tables

    1.SXMSPMAST: (Integration Engine: Message Queue (Master)) The table is the master table for the monitoring information. You can get the timestamp, interface status, message id, and many more information.

    2.SXMSPEMAS: (Integration Engine: Enhanced Message Queue (Master)) The table provides the namespaces, the business systems and message interfaces involved in the interface.

    3.SXMSMSTATT: (Exchange Infrastructure: Message Status Description) This table provides a message status description.

    4.SXMSMSTAT: (Exchange Infrastructure: Message Status) This table is helpful if you want to show the process status icon for the corresponding message state.

    refer this for code sample



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      > Are you able to get the answer for your question? If yes, can you please share it.

      > Thanks,

      Hi, actually I was, although I din't find a table but a class 😊

      You have to use an object of the class cl_xms_persist to get the XI message (method read_msg_pub), and then, on the return object, call a method to get the dynamic configuration data (GET_DYNAMIC_HEADER).

      I know it's not much, but at the moment I can't post a complete solution.



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