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h5. Introduction

The amount of information available about XI is impressive: SDN articles, the SAP Library documentation, course materials, eLearning, online forums, blogs etc. However, when you’re first starting out as an XI developer, navigating the available information can be a daunting task. The “cheat sheet” below is aimed at new XI developers and is meant as a starting point in the world of XI. It gives you an overview of the most frequently used transactions and URLs. The list is by no means exhaustive; I suggest that you print it out, keep it by your PC and add to it as you learn new tools.

Have fun exploring XI!

XI transactions

SXMB_IFR

Start Integration Builder

SXMB_MONI

Integration Engine – Monitoring

SXI_MONITOR

XI: Message Monitoring

SLDCHECK

Test SLD Connection

SLDAPICUST

SLD API Customizing

SXMB_ADM

Integration Engine – Administration

SXI_CACHE

XI Directory Cache

SXMB_MONI_BPE

Process Engine – Monitoring

XI URLs

ABAP transactions

SE38

ABAP Editor

SE11

ABAP Dictionary

ST22

ABAP dump analysis

SPROXY

ABAP Proxy Generation

SE80

Object Navigator

ABAPDOCU

ABAP Documentation and Examples

SE37

ABAP Function Modules

SE24

Class Builder

Administrative transactions

SM21

Online System Log Analysis

SMQ1

qRFC Monitor (Outbound Queue)

SMQ2

qRFC Monitor (Inbound Queue)

RZ70

SLD Administration

SM58

Asynchronous RFC Error Log

SM59

RFC Destinations (Display/Maintain)

SMICM

ICM Monitor

IDoc transactions

WE60

Documentation for IDoc types

BD87

Status Monitor for ALE Messages

IDX1

Port Maintenance in IDoc Adapter

IDX2

Meta Data Overview in IDoc Adapter

WE05

IDoc Lists

WE02

Display IDoc

WE19

Test tool

WE09

Search for IDocs by Content

WE20

Partner Profiles

WE21

Port definition

Miscellaneous transactions

SE16

Data Browser

SE93

Maintain Transaction Codes

SM30

Call View Maintenance

SU01

User Maintenance

SM02

System Messages

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