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Local integration monitoring

Hello experts,

i would like to have the possibility to see successfully received rfc calls in a backend system.

Is it right, that in the local integration engine one can only see proxy messages, and not all messages

as in the integration engine of pi, where one can see all kind of messages (idoc, rfc, proxy, soap...)?

As sm58, smq1 and smq2, only show error messages, how can successful rfc calls can be monitored?

As i used an integration configuration i can not see what was sent to the backend. The only

option is to have a look what was received by PI an map it by hand, to have a clue what was

send to the backend.

Any better ideas for monitoring?

Kind regards,

Markus

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 12:14 PM

    Hi Markus,

    By default, RFC messages cannot be monitored, with exception of the unsuccessful calls that you mentioned. There are two possible "tricks" that you could use to enable monitoring (well, indirectly...) for RFC scenarios. I have described them in one of my blogs here: Quick tip: Monitoring BAPI calls in the backend system? Possible! With a little trick, of course. You could also think of a supplementary solution - writing processing details to standard log (transaction SLG1).

    However, the problem here is that for existing scenarios, it would require lots of additional work.

    Hope this helps,

    Greg

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  • Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 12:12 PM

    Hi Markus,

    Local integration monitoring only works with communication with ABAP-PROXY.

    As far as i know you can not have monitoring in ECC endpoint for RFC, you can see only the RFC call in the sxmb_moni or RWB in PI side

    Regards.

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