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Hi Gurus,

I knew, we can monitor messages using "MessageMonitoring" Tool but Just wondering if any of you have "User Guide" to use this tool will greatly helps me to understand this tool better for effectively use.

Thanks in advance



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  • Posted on Jun 29, 2008 at 11:01 AM

    Hi there,

    search in SDN u will get number of sdocuments relted to monitoring..

    look at this for troubleshooting



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    Posted on Jun 29, 2008 at 04:05 PM

    Hi Shekar,

    Compelte Documentation on Message Monitoring:



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  • Posted on Jun 29, 2008 at 04:27 PM


    Central monitoring:

    The central monitoring of SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI) offers you the option of executing various monitoring activities. Primarily, you use the Runtime Workbench, the central tool for accessing XI monitoring.

    The Runtime Workbench gives you the option of navigating to the monitoring functions of the Integration Engine, as well as integration with the Computing Center Management System (CCMS), and the Process Monitoring Infrastructure (PMI) of SAP.

    The Runtime Workbench provides access to all these monitoring activities. You can also run component monitoring by using a special CCMS Alert Monitor, which monitors the individual XI components.

    RunTimeWorkBench resdes on the Java Stack and so allows you to see the flow of your message from the Adapter Engine ( on Java Stack ) to the Integrtaion Engine ( on ABAP Stack ), and again to the Adapter ENgine ( on Java Stack).

    SXMB_MONI runs on the ABAP stack allows you to monitor the message flow only in the ABAP stack / Integration Engine.

    SXMB_MONI helps you to find any error in the xi steps. But it will not tell you if you have any errors on the adapters.

    So for checking any errors on the adapters and the errors for communicaiton channels we need to go with RWB.

    RWB enables a central monitoring of the XI server which has multiple features which SXMB_MONI tcode doesnt provide -

    Both RWB and Sxmb_moni are both used for monitoring purpose only...where as when take Runtime workbench you can have different options which xi component monitoring,Performance monitoring,End to End monitoring,message monitoring...etc..but where as in sxmb_moni you can able to see the xml messages only.


    SXMB_MONI ???

    Hope this clears your doubts



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      apart from links i wanted to suggest this approach which i fillow:

      try to read the errors or messages which were shown in sxmb_moni in each segments like..hoplist,runtime,and in pipeline steps messages..

      it will indicate u where exactly the error occured and by doing this may be after some time u can easily diagnise the problem urself...

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2008 at 04:19 AM


    refer the following links for message monitoring


    SXMB_MONI ???

    Java stack is monitored by using Message monitoring, End-End monitoring, Component Monitoring Performance monitoring from RWB.

    Java stack monitoring can be done in Runtime Work Bench.

    In RWB, you can have Message Monitoring and Component Monitoring.

    In Message Monitoring, we can find the the message with status and in "Audit Log" we can have a complete log of processing done for that message. And in Compnent Monitoring, you can find the statuses of all components in Integration Server.

    Just check these links too


    Edited by: vemuganti naga phalguna on Jun 30, 2008 6:21 AM

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