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How to fill Request Message ID in SXMB_MONI

Hi,

I have Abap proxy inbound -outbound asynchronous communication between XI and ERP backend .

XI sends a kind of requests messages and the backend sends back messages with a kind of response.

In the Tc:SXMB_MONI I want to see the correlation between these two messages - for instance, to have an entry in column u201COriginal Message IDu201D or u201CRequest Message IDu201D, like it is made in synchronous communication.

I think I need to fill the message header (e.g. field Main/RefToMessageID) in the outbound proxy on the backend, but I donu2019t know how to do it. .

Thanks for your help,

Janos

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2008 at 04:09 PM

    I think if you just want to see the co-related messages, you can select the response message and then click on reference messages.

    Thanks,

    Hetal

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      I think this content based monitoring is one of the most wanted features in PI. With some colleagues I built a special application for this. Basically it reads predefined XML tags from every message (customizable) and stores them together with the message id in a special database table. If you look for a message with a special content, you can use the application, search an order no., for example and then see some basic information like when data with this number was sent via which interface through the whole system landscape. Very interesting for Business Process Monitoring purposes. And it's not that difficult to do the coding. You need some ABAP knowledge, though, which I guess you have.

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 12:11 PM

    Thanks for suggestions.

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