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Availability and Performance Management Dashboard in Composition Environment (CE) 7.2 – Get benefit from the new release

Availability and Performance Management Dashboard in Composition Environment (CE) 7.2  – Get benefit from it

Following the AJAX framework, SAP has integrated Adobe Flash islands mode in the new Composition Environment 7.2 version. In particular, the Availability and Performance Management it has provided comes as a dashboard giving you easy and quick access to all the key parameters and areas you will otherwise spend huge amount of time spending with your Netweaver support team. Some of the areas it provides context sensitive menus are:

  • 1) User session
  • 2) ICM Queue
  • 3) Message and Enqueue Server statistics
  • 4) Java Engine – All nodes, open threads, Database connection (with details of time out, used and waiting) , Active sessions etc.,
  • 5) Java VM details – GC Ratio and Full GC time taken
  • 6) Operating system usage – CPU usage and Memory Utilization
  • 7) an excellent dashboard on context sensitive menus to see various system parameters that can otherwise be painstaking to provides extended flexibility with regards to the master data management UIs, providing additional WebDynpro components for matching, comparing and merging records.

All these attributes help you to a) give you instant pointers to areas that you should focus, b) greatly increases the productivity and c) proactively monitor the applications in a simpler way

Availability and Performance Management – Dashboard View
User sessions


ICM Graphic with response time
Incoming traffic
Context sensitive menus on each area


External Systems call


BPM System dashboard


BPM System dashboard


In addition, it takes you to the respective wizards for configuration and makes it more efficient – a great increase in productivity.

For more details about the configuration please refer to the CE 7.2 Configuration guide

Best regards,
Senthil Muthuvelu

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      The brief introduction to the dash board usage will address the performance management in CE engines.