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HTTP adapter: where to see the transformed output message


I am a beginner in Webservices/HTTP interfaces in PI. I have to make changes on an existing custom interface which uses HTTP adapter. I have done the changes in the message mapping and tested it using the test tool. It seems OK.

However when we do end-to-end testing, data is flowing but bussiness needs a copy of the transformed data that has been sent out from PI.

I checked RWB->Message Monitoring-> Integration server(Database) and it showed the successful message. When I drilled further into this message, it showed the SOAP message (Version 0 and Version 1 with payload). The payload showed the data that ECC had sent to PI and not the transformed data that went out from PI to 3rd party via HTTP adapter.

Appreciate if you could guide me in right direction regarding where to see the Output/Transformed data that is actually sent to third parties.

I have checked SXI_MONITOR as well in PI but that also shows the payload only and not the transformed data.



Edited by: Shirin K on Feb 18, 2010 3:10 PM

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    Posted on Feb 18, 2010 at 03:28 PM

    Hi ,

    Go to particular message in SXI_MONITOR. In Message there will be window on left hand side. There will be Technical Routing.

    Technical Routing> Payloads->Maindocument. This shows the Output data.

    If you are not able to see Technical Routing inform you basis team they need to do some configuration in SXMB_ADM

    Edited by: Rajhans Abhay on Feb 18, 2010 4:29 PM

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  • Posted on Feb 18, 2010 at 03:33 PM


    hope you can use this

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    • Hi Shirin,

      HTTP Adapter is based on the ABAP stack so it will not possible to see the Payload of HTTP adapter in Communication Channel Monitoring (RWB) as it is JAVA stack. To view the payload what method suggested earlier post is useful. And you can see what payload has been passed by HTTP adapter in SXI_MONITOR-> MESSAGE> CALL ADAPTER ---> PAYLOAD.