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Need steps to find out the particular ( specific ) incoming IDOC.

Dear ALL Experts,

In our scenario , our SAP XI system is directly connected to customer SAP XI system and we did not import IDOC from R/3 to SAP XI. Instead of doing this we got the .XSD file and imported to SAP XI.

Now, I need to know the particular incoming IDOC through IDOC NO or some other way where, as of now I need to run the

sxmb_moni and from that I need check every IDOC.

Pls revert with the way where we can retrieve the specific IDOC.

Thanks and Regards

Machindra Patade

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    Dec 30, 2009 at 11:21 AM

    Thanks Sarvesh .. Have checked and found that TREX have installed.

    Also we can not use the Transaction IDX5 since our SAP XI system is directly connected to our customer SAP XI system and we did not import IDOC from R/3 to SAP XI. Instead of doing this we got the .XSD file and imported to SAP XI. Because of this we are not able to use IDX5 transaction code to monitor the IDOC.

    Thanks Prateek for your answer .. will help if you provide the complete step ( demo example ) to retrieve the specific IDOC using RWB.

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    • As I said, there is no standard way to search such message except if you have Trex. In RWB -> Message Moitoring -> From Index -> There provide the Idoc number in Search Text and you can then find the corresponding number. However, this is only available if you have TREX installed on PI.

      Other way could be editing the existing search of sxmb_moni but that would be effort consuming.

      Regards,

      Prateek

  • Dec 30, 2009 at 09:53 AM

    If you are not treating it as Idoc, it will be treated as a normal XML file. Then you don't have possibility to use the standard idoc monitoring facilities. If you have TREX installed for you PI system, then you can search for Idoc number in index monitoring of RWB.

    Regards,

    Prateek

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    Dec 30, 2009 at 10:34 AM

    Thanks Prateek for your prompt reply.. also as i am new in the system pls guide how to check whether TREX have installled or not in our system ?

    Also suggest if there is any way out to know the specific IDOC/XML message.

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      > pls guide how to check whether TREX have installled or not in our system ?

      You can apply a simple trick here to make suer if TREX has been installed or not.

      Go to RWB--->Message Monitoring, press Display button. Now in next screen you can see a input box "Search Text". Enter some value in the search text box (which you know is present in the system) and now press Start button after fill other filter criteria. So if you get some result then it means TREX is present in the system else not.

      > Also suggest if there is any way out to know the specific IDOC/XML message.

      In XI use transaction code IDX5 to search IDOC.

      Regards,

      Sarvesh

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    Dec 30, 2009 at 11:46 AM

    Thanks a ton for the same.

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