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View Access Server incoming and outgoing XML messages

Former Member
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Hi,

What is the easiest way to view Access Server (real-time jobs) incoming and outgoing XML messages when Web Services interface is not used for real-time jobs?

Access Server logs (trace_xx_xx_xxxx.log) give only outgoing XML messages limited to first 1024 characters.

I am working with DQM 4.0 for SAP Solutions (ECC, CRM) and would like to view XML requests from ECC (CRM) to Data Services and responses from Data Services DQM real-time jobs to ECC (CRM). RFC and Access Server communicate via ACTA over TCP/IP and do not use Web Services protocol. Commonly used Web Services tracking tools (eg. Tomcat TCPMon) do not show XML messages send via ACTA.

My DQM RFC server and Data Services (Access Server) are installed on the same windows server host.

Thanks,

Vlad

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denise_meyer
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Hi Vlad,

If you are using the DQM for SAP 4.0 product that integrates with ECC/CRM systems to do the Postal Validation (PV) and Duplicate Search (DES) interactively (and in batch mode for some pieces), then you can always turn on the Debug logging level on the RFC server to generate these files - be warned though that this will generate a lot of files and fill up disk space pretty quickly potentially! Here is information on turning this on.

Resolution

To increase the logging level from the RFC server, modify the flrfcsrv.xml file and change the log_level parameter to four (4). The highest level to set this at is four, even though the file does not document it as a valid option. The files are written to a directory called debug.

From the flrfcsrv.xml file:

Set log_level to the level of logging your system supports. Valid settings for this option include:

1. Only serious errors will be logged

2. Serious errors will be logged, and any important warnings and information messages will be logged.

For example:

<log_level>4</log_level>

Note: This will capture all the data being passed between the RFC server and Data Quality server. Depending on how much data is being processed, it could generate large quantities of data.

Thanks,

Denise

denise_meyer
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On more thing to mention is that you need to restart the RFC server for this setting change to take effect!

Thanks,

Denise

Former Member
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Hi Denise,

This is exactly what I was looking for.

Thank you.

Vlad