Archive for März, 2013

EasyCloud Cmdlet: List-CmSAPInstance updated

Kategorien: cmShell, Knowledge Base
Kommentare deaktiviert für EasyCloud Cmdlet: List-CmSAPInstance updated

We have updated the List-CmSAPInstance Cmdlet. Now it provides a field instance:

CMDLETS_List_CmSAPInstance

Additionally, we provide to you another new Cmdlet ‚Get-CmSapInstanceInformations‘ with which it is possible to get more information about the SAP instance.

This Cmdlet returns SAP profile informations and/or informations of the environment:

CMDLETS_Get_CmSapInstanceInformations


EasyCloud Cmdlets: six new cmdlets which returns data from sap tables

Kategorien: cmShell, Knowledge Base
Kommentare deaktiviert für EasyCloud Cmdlets: six new cmdlets which returns data from sap tables

We have added some Cmdlets with which you can read data from tables:

Get-CmSapFILE
Returns the entries of the table PATH
The informations are similar to the transaction FILE.

Get-CmSapALE
Returns the entries of the table EDIPOA

Get-CmSapIDOC
Returns the entries of the table EDIPORT

Get-CmSapMAIL
Returns the entries of the table SXNODES
The informations are similar to the transaction SCOT.

Get-CmSapSystemType
Returns the entries of the table T000
The informations are similar to the transaction SCC4.

Get-CmSM59
Returns the entries of the table RFCDES
The informations are similar to the transaction SM59.

Most of these Cmdlets have parameters to filter the result list.
The filter parameters expect a regular expression as input.

CMDLETS_GETCMSAPFILE


Note: cmWatcher opens and closes the same Alerts repeatedly

Kategorien: cmWatcher
Kommentare deaktiviert für Note: cmWatcher opens and closes the same Alerts repeatedly

Intro
To get the alerts from the SAP system we call the following BAPIs:

  • BAPI_SYSTEM_MON_GETTREE – terminates with the error: ‚MSG_CANT_GET_MONI_PRESENTATION RA 362 The monitoring tree could not be determined.‘
  • BAPI_SYSTEM_MT_GETALERTDATA – this function expects as input the result tree from the first function.

The result of the error is an empty alert list.

Because no alerts were loaded, the cmWorker service falsely assumes that the alerts were closed from the SAP system. The service closes the alerts then also from SCOM.
When the next loading of alerts is successful, the alerts will be again transferred to SCOM.

Solution

Hotfix is avaialble for customer. Please contact connmove Support.