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View BAPI input data for data buffer entries

Hi all,

I have a doubt about data buffer entries: I'm not able to see input parameters of the Bapi.

In the console it is possibile to see only the name of the transaction and the user who executed the transaction and nothing else. For instance it would be useful to know for a production order confirmation what was the order to be confirmed.

Do you have any idea?

Thanks,

Roberto

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2009 at 02:08 PM

    hi,

    there are some icons but no info are showed by them..in one of them there is the stack of the exception ( Connection exception etc. ) the scope of the others is to re-execute the call or delete it..

    I'm a little disappointed about this functionality, becuase it manages only connection error ( ECC downtime.. ) all other errors have to be managed in a custom way.. and also errors caused by connection are not showed in a detailed way.

    I think we are going to develop a whole custom solution to implement this requirement.

    Roberto

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      well, seems you will have to build your own solution.

      For example, we have once built an error log table where we can put all information in that we might need, e.g. complete IDoc XML data. For me it was a good help for monitoring and error analysing.

      Michael

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2009 at 01:57 PM

    Roberto,

    in the data buffer entries screen, there are some icons in the last column of an entry row. One of them should lead you to display some data on the entry. What does it show in your case?

    I am just curious, because I am interested in buffering but cannot use JRA at the moment...

    Michael

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2009 at 02:23 PM

    hi,

    we are in an evaluating phase..just trying to develop own transaction and web page in order to understand the power and the limit of the xMii.

    It seems very helpful to build new user-interface that lets users ask and receive data from backend system, but my expectation was the xMii provided to developers tools to monitor common issues like errors in bapi call.

    Roberto

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