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Performance Monitoring & Tracing in XI

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How can we find out the Time Duration for the whole business Process(Supposingly we take an Scenraio) where XI is taking a large file and pumping it into SAP R/3.

We need to trace how much seconds it took for XI to recieve the file and then send it to SAP System and finally what's the time duration of the whole process.

Kindly let me know, how u perform this activity.

Regards

Swetank

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    Posted on May 03, 2005 at 12:33 PM

    Hi Swetank,

    The time taken for the business process execution can be seen in the technical details of the workflow. Follow the path...SXMB_MONI -> click the 'PE' outbound of your business process -> it will open the workflow log -> Goto -> List with technical details -> you can see the processing time here....!!

    Also activate the PMI monitoring in integration engine specific configuration. So that u can view the time in RWB -> performace monitoring.

    Regards,

    Sasi

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      Hi,

      Techical details will be there in the workflow log not in sxmb_moni. So from sxmb_moni, select your message that is received by your Business Process. There will be column called 'outbound' under that you can see 'PE'. click on 'PE' which will take you to the work flow log. The view the technical details and the over all process time.

      thanks,

      Sasi

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    Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 04:51 PM

    If you need this information to schedule other process outside XI, you can have a look at this blog:

    /people/sergio.locatelli2/blog/2006/10/09/monitoring-a-flow-in-xi

    regards,

    Sergio

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