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Runtime Workbench

Runtime Workbench SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI) offers a central entry point for monitoring purposes: the Runtime

SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI) offers a central entry point for monitoring purposes: the Runtime Workbench (RWB). You can start the RWB from the XI start page by entering:

http://<XI host>:<port>/rwb

For more information about the RWB, see

With the RWB the following monitoring functions are supported for SAP XI:

the following monitoring functions are supported for SAP XI: Central Monitoring . ● Component monitoring The
functions are supported for SAP XI: Central Monitoring . ● Component monitoring The Computing Center Management

The Computing Center Management System (CCMS) of SAP Web Application Server is used to monitor the different SAP XI components (Java and ABAP parts). The RWB user interface enables easily configuration of the component monitoring instead of directly using CCMS for this purpose. For example, you can specify the component to be traced.

For example, you can specify the component to be traced. ● Message monitoring Message monitoring focuses

Message monitoring focuses on tracking the message processing status within an SAP XI component and on error detection and analysis.

an SAP XI component and on error detection and analysis. ● End-to-end monitoring End-to-end monitoring focuses

End-to-end monitoring focuses on the monitoring of a message lifecycle from the SAP XI point of view. The RWB offers a user interface to configure the end-to-end message monitoring. For example, you can specify the components for which the trace should run and which trace level (degree of detail for the tracing) to use.

which trace level (degree of detail for the tracing) to use. ● Performance monitoring Statistics about

Statistics about different performance aspects of SAP XI can be accessed through the RWB. Here, you can select and aggregate performance data, for example, by component, time range, or message attributes. The RWB provides an SAP XI-specific performance monitoring. The RWB user interface offers several ways to create performance statistics. The main parameters are the message throughput and the latency. For more information on performance, see the Tuning Guide SAP XI 3.0 on SAP Service Marketplace at service.sap.com/instguidesNW04 Operations SAPXI.

 Operations  SAPXI . ● Index administration By administering and monitoring

By administering and monitoring the indexing of messages per SAP XI component, you enable an index-based message search that you can use in message monitoring. This kind of message search offers you enhanced selection criteria including adapter-specific message attributes and terms or phrases from the message payload.

To be able to index messages, you require the search and classification engine TREX. See also Operation of Search and Classification (TREX).

See also Operation of Search and Classification (TREX) . Technical ● Alert configuration By using the
Operation of Search and Classification (TREX) . Technical ● Alert configuration By using the Alert Framework,

By using the Alert Framework, central monitoring in XI can be provided with all errors reported during message processing in ABAP and Java. This enables an improved reaction to such errors in both the ABAP runtime and the Java-based Adapter Engine. For this purpose, the Alert Framework is provided with rules based on certain events and on information from the header of the XI message protocol. These rules determine whether alerts are send or not. If an alert is sent, it can be used for error analysis.

not. If an alert is sent, it can be used for error analysis. ● Alert inbox

The alert inbox is user-specific and displays all the alerts for each alert server that have been generated based on the alert configuration.

that have been generated based on the alert configuration. ● Cache monitoring Cache monitoring displays objects

Cache monitoring displays objects that are currently in the runtime cache. Different cache objects are monitored depending on the cache instance concerned.