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RFC MONITOR

Hi

When from a SAP/R3 system I call a BAPI program using the transaction SE37 to SAP XI and the awnser is correct, I can not see in the monitoring transaction (sxmb_moni) of XI the message I sent, but when the execution fail I can.

Can someone tell me why?

And how can I see in the transaction IDX5 the rfc messages?

Regards

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jul 27, 2004 at 01:19 PM

    Hi Gerardo

    try this:

    Displaying Inbound and Outbound Messages

    Choose this option if you want to determine which XML messages entered or exited the RFC adapter according to particular selection criteria. Proceed as follows:

    ...

    1. Choose RFC Monitor.

    2. Select XML messages by specifying a time and date the messages were created, or enter a specific message GUID to determine a specific message to be selected.

    3. Choose Inbound and Outbound in the group box RFC (default).

    4. Specify your selection criteria in the group box RFC.

    Selection Criteria:

    Selection Criterion

    Entry

    Transaction ID

    Transaction ID in RFC adapter

    System ID

    Name of sender or receiver SAP component (for example, BCE)

    RFC Destination

    Logical destination of original RFC call from sender

    Function module

    Name of function module called

    Client

    Client in sender or receiver SAP component

    5. Choose Execute.

    The system sorts and lists the XML messages according to the time that they were created. Messages that were routed through as RFC calls are listed together and are identified by the same message ID (GUID).

    Besides the specified selection criteria, the system also displays the function calls for each LUW (Logical Unit of Work).

    It is extracted from http://help.sap.com/saphelp_xi20sr1/helpdata/en/14/80243b4a66ae0ce10000000a11402f/frameset.htm

    Good luck!

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