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Is there any way to view archived messages in local system .

Hi,

Is there any way or tool to view archived messages in local system . without reloading the message to the message to PI server?

Thanks in advance.

Regards

Hari.

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    Posted on Jun 27, 2012 at 09:18 AM

    Hi .

    If you talk about Adapter engine messages, Then,you cannot view the original payload ( you can see it only in binary form) but you can the other header properties. ( PI 7.1 and above)

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    NWA-->Operation Management -->ILM Store Browser-->navigate to the message-->Right click and Show content

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    • Former Member Veera Naga Hari Kumar Vemuri

      Hi,

      You can just get the file from PI file system which will have message header details but you CANNOT view the original payload of the message that was archived.

      The only way to is to bring back to your ABAP stack.

      I am not sure why do you want to view the message in the local system instead of viewing it in PI.

  • Posted on Jun 27, 2012 at 02:30 PM

    Hello Hari,

    Check if this note - 1667035 How to view the payload of archived PI messages, meets your requirements.

    Regards

    Mark

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