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how to get information from ST03 to RZ20

Hello,

I have a problem, i need to be able to view the information available in st03 like spool responce time, db time etc in rz20 but i cant seem to find a way to accomplish this.

Is there some way i could do this?

Thank you,

Martin Rajur

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    Posted on Nov 06, 2008 at 01:46 PM

    Hello Martin,

    You could see the alerts and status of performance parameters in ST03. It means whenever a pre-configured threshhold value is crossed the alerts are captured in RZ20.

    In case you want to capture the alerts on some other system, you could implement Central System Monitoring. For this you could download the guide from SAP marketplace!

    Thanks,

    Antarpreet

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    Posted on Nov 06, 2008 at 01:47 PM

    under rz20

    under SAP CCMS Monitor Templates under dailog per application server you can setup below mentioned times per application server for dailog steps

    FrontendResponseTime

    ResponseTime

    QueueTime

    Load+GenTime

    DBRequestTime

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello Martin,

      If you are using the Central Monitoring System, you could monitor the responce time Centrally in ST03G transaction on the Central Monitoring System! I have seen these details in ST03G and all these are visible. You would need to register the system in ST03G transaction in CEN.

      I am not able to justify the requirement for capturing the same spool, background response times again in RZ20. I am still looking at alternatives and in case I figure out some innovative way, I will get back to you!

      Thank You,

      Antarpreet

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