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trace truncated in Sxmb_moni


I am encountering a weird issue where my trace is truncated when I view in SXMB_MONI. Below is what I see.

">*** TRACE TRUNCATED (for more details see Visual Administrator -> LogViewer)***

We had to use java mapping for some transformation needs. I have put in the necessary trace statements(trace.addInfo(" my message")) properly. Weird thing is we are able to see the trace for other interfaces. Even the trace statement at the very beginning of the java class("java mapping called") is not being executed.

One more thing is when I test this in interface mapping under the test tab, I am able to see the traces properly. I can see the messages in the logs but we really need to be able to track those messages in Moni- as per the requirement.

Had anyone encountered this before ? If yes, what was the resolution ? Any guidance or advice will be greatly appreciated.



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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2012 at 05:20 PM

    Did you look at the thread It provides a way to look at truncated trace from NWA or server. I have seen this error earlier, but did not try to find the reason 😊.

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      well I am seeing the messages in the logs...thats not an issue. My concern is that these messages are truncated in SXMB_MONI. It's essential for us to populate this message in the trace in MONI.

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2012 at 05:22 PM


    Has you check your TRACE_LEVEL Parameter ?

    Check on SXMB_ADMIN--> Integration Engine Configuration --> Category (Runtime) --> TRACE_LEVEL


    The parameter is set to analyze the message processing so that individual and/or all steps of a pipeline are documented.

    Possible Values

    • 0 Trace deactivated
    • 1 Documenting Important Processing Steps
    • 2 Documenting Important Processing Steps and Details
    • 3 Documenting All Processing Steps and Details



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