Problem analysis in E-Commerce
There are different types of logging and tracing methods available in Ecommerce.
In this blog, I would like to share the tracing / logging feature(s) that I have recently used in my project and found quite helpful.
1. ISA tracing: You can enable the ISA application to create a runtime log file. The trace file contains all the actions executed when you run the E-Commerce scenario. It also lists the JCO function calls which are called along with their resepctive execution time. This tracing was specifically useful for identifying the action classes that are called in B2C. It saved us a lot of time that our team would have otherwise spent on debugging to find this out.
See SAP Note – 1017756. It describes the steps to create such a trace file.
2. Session Logging: This is another logging feature available in E-Commerce. it is typically used when you want to monitor logs for a particular section of your application. Activating the session logging is quite simple.
See Note – 1090753 and check the section – Tab Session Logging for details on how to activate it.