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How to log inbound messages for Seeburger OFTP-Adapter

Hello,

we use the XI 3.0 SP9 with the Seeburger OFTP-Adapter to exchange EDI (ODETTE) Messages. At the moment we have the problem, that we don't see any inbound calls from our edi-partner in the logfiles of the oftp-Adapter. We can successfully connect to the ofpt-adapter by using telnet (as described in the documentation).

Do anybody know, how we can log the incoming calls?

Thanks!

Stefan

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2005 at 05:00 PM

    Hello Stefan,

    the SEEBURGER Adapters are using the certified AdapterFramework Log Infrastructure. You can for example see the Logfiles with the J2EE Engine LogViewer.

    First you have to make sure anything is logged: In the "Log Configurator" you find in the

    |ROOT/Applications/Exchange Infrastructure/

    category a child named

    | .../AdapterFramework/ThirdPartyRoot/

    under this subtree there is the

    | .../SEEBURGER/

    tree where you find the technical adapters (like OFTP). Define here an loglevel of INFO or DEBUG.

    Then you can access the logs in the J2EE Administrator service "Log Viewer":

    |Cluster/Server 0/usr\sap/

    |..SID\DEVBMGS00\j2ee\cluster\server0\log

    |....applications

    |......com.seeburger.xi.oftp

    |........oftp.log

    You can also see this as a file on the system where the AF is installed (however it is better readable with the Log viewer):

    /usr/sap/XIT/DVEBMGS00/j2ee/cluster/server0/og/applications/com.seeburger.xi.oftp

    I have some screenshots which will make this more clear, please drop me an email so I can send them to you: b.eckenfels@seeburger.de

    Greetings

    Bernd

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