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Urgent: Problem with executing an OS command

Hi, all.

My system environment is Netweaver 04 on SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 (x86_64). Temporary License has been installed on the machine.

I'm trying to execute an OS command as an auto-reaction to a monitoring architecture alert.

I have followed the auto-reaction methods of the alert monitor


I have defined operating system command in the External Operating System Command transaction (SM69). I have tested it using transaction (SM49) and it is working fine independently. I have created a auto-reaction method using transaction RZ21 and assigned to the my MTE (Monitoring Tree Element). Then I go to the transaction RZ20. When an alert is arrived to my MTE, the color get changed to Red. When I select the MTE and clicked the Display Alert, It shows the ACTION_REQUIRED status and my command is not executing because my auto-reaction method is not started.

Could someone tell me what could be the all possible reasons for this? Is there any particular service using transaction SICF I have start for this? What most important steps I am missing?

Let me know if anything more informations you people required to answer this.

Its very urgent for me. If someone help me ASAP, it would great help for me.

Thanks in advance.

Best regards,


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    Posted on May 12, 2005 at 12:11 AM

    Can you double check the auto reaction method assignment?

    You do not need to have any SICF services enabled for this.

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