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Pre-Requisites:

I start with the assumption that CCMS is configured for the XI system. If not XI : Configuring CCMS Monitoring for XI- Part I.

Configuring the Monitoring Tree Element with CCMS_OnAlert_Email:

Execute Transaction RZ21

Click on Technical Infrastructure

Activate Central System Dispatching in client 000.

 

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In the Methods group box choose Method Definitions and click on overview.

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Choose the method CCMS_OnAlert_Email from the list and make a copy of the method

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We can use zCCMS_OnAlert_Email for configuration and let CCMS_OnAlert_Email remains as a template.

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To assign this method to the monitoring node , execute transaction RZ20

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Go to Methods tab

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Click on the Method Assignment pushbutton

In Method Allocation group box choose Method name as  zCCMS_OnAlert_Email

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Double click on the MTE class and assign zCCMS_OnAlert_Email as Auto-reaction method.

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Double click on zCCMS_OnAlert_Email method in order to mention the sender and recipient information.

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Sender is a user existing in client 000 with sufficient authorization.

In Release tab execute method as Auto-Reaction Method.

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Configuring SAPConnect:

Execute transaction SICF in client 000.

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Double click on the SAPConnect and give the log on parameters of the work around client.

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Activate SMTP

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Execute transaction SCOT for creating configuring SMTP  and creating new job.

Below mentioned two addresses is the recipient list in the address area.

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Double click on SMTP to configure the mail server

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Set the entries and now SMTP is configured.

Then create job in the screen and schedule it periodically.

Now  when an alert occurs , the auto reaction method zCCMS_OnAlert_Email is triggered which  generates an alert Email from the sender’s inbox  to the recipient  and  the Email will be put in a queue and the job which we created  picks up all the Emails in the queue and dispatches them via internet in the scheduled interval.

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  1. Former Member
    Hello Aravindh,
    Thanks for the excellent info. However, an alert 
    does NOT send automatically when a system error occur. However, when I trigger the auto reaction
    manually, the correct email send out. Is there
    some other setting other than steps in your blog
    Cheers,
    Binh

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    1. Former Member
      Hi Aravindh,

      Thanks for the details provided.

      I however agree with Binh , that no matter how many times I configure the MTE class and properties for auto reaction methods , it simply does not seem to trigger an email automatically. However , like Binh said , I am able to trigger an email when I goto RZ20 -> Highlight the MTE -> Edit -> Nodes -> Start Methods -> Start Auto Reaction Methods.

      I checked throughly and checked that the Central system dispatching and CCMS MON jobs are all released in the 000 client.

      I tried to manually trigger an alert , by lowering the threshold value , and I saw the node turn RED in color from GREEN , and yet , no mail , no nothing !!

      Can you please advise ?

      Best Regards,
      Chandra

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    2. Former Member
      I found the solution. Its rather simple , when you look at it. I found that the jobs for sending mails (RSCONN01) were not started in 000 client.Morever , its better to create a shared distribution list (using SO23) in the 000 client.In short , do all your configuration in client 000.The CCMS alerts are now triggered automatically for me….Thanks Aravindh.
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