The connection monitoring application allow you to create maintain and delete Connection Monitoring

· The Connection Monitoring Setup is integrated in transaction SOLMAN_SETUP

· Choose the section Technical Monitoring

· Choose the monitoring use case Connection Monitoring


First you need to configure infrastructure (level 2)

2.1 – check prerequisites

2.2 – configure manually

2.3 – configure automatically

2.4 – default setting – Auto-Incidents

2.5 – workmode setting

2.6 – update content (Import Content allows to import the selected Content Version from SAP)

Define scope (level 3) in this step you have to select a Connection Monitoring Scenario


To create a new Connection Monitoring Scenario press the Create button

Provide a name and description for the new scenario


Choose add technical system select the system and choose continue 


Now select the RFC connection you want to monitor

Press Save to persist your configuration and to close the scenario creation wizard

In level 4 activate the connection

  In level 5 Select a connection and Configure Notification and Incident settings

Monitoring applications

In work center go to tab technical monitoring – connection monitoring in the left side of the page

Choose the scenario and in the connection monitoring start embedded


And watch the monitoring application


Best regards

Naor Shalom

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  1. Luigi Co

    Hi Naor,

    Was wondering if you would know how to setup System Monitoring for SolMan 7.1? Is it somewhat the same with the steps on setting up Connection Monitoring?




    1. Naor Shalom Post author

      Hi Luigi

      I think it’s not the same

      i recommended you read the guide for System Monitoring in RKT

      if you need help send a massage


  2. Shaji Narayanan

    Hello Naor,

    Thanks for the blog….

    I am setting up Connection Monitoring to monitor ChaRM related RFCs, but realised that Connection Monitoring does not recognize RFCs of type TMSADM@SID.DOMAIN_SID.  

    Any idea why?  Is it possible to add RFCs of above type in to Connection Monitoring?  Kindly let me know your thoughts…

    Thanks and best regards,


  3. Srini Goli

    Hello Naor,

    I have tried setting up this Connection monitoring – when I have tried to choose a technical system, it only shows type “ABAP”, and it allows us to choose all kinds of RFC connections, and I have picked an RFC type “HTTP Connection to External server” (type G). In our system, connection test works fine, but in the alerts, ping test fails. Tried to check connecting to source system from the link with this alert, but the HTTP port is defaulted to 39<xx>. But, it doesn’t work for us, we need to change to 80<xx> port. Is there a way somewhere we can configure which HTTP port to model to use ?




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