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When working with IFlow, you have some patters:

  • Point-to-Point Channel : You select this pattern for direct communication between the sender and receiver.
  • Recipient List : You select this pattern when you need to route the message to two or more receivers based on conditions.
  • Message Translator : You select this pattern when the sender and receiver systems have different message formats.
  • Recipient List (Dynamic Conditions) : You select this pattern when you need to dynamically route the messages to the receivers.

also take a look to this link:Creating an Integration Flow – Process Integration Tools (Eclipse-Based) – SAP Library

Once you did the configuration provided by Michal in his blog PI/XI: Eclipse based integration flows – how to configure them with PI 7.31 I will provide you the steps to monitor the IFlow.

First all, you need a Test Client to execute the IFlow, you can use the SOAPUI, XMLSpy.

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Once you execute the IFlow, go to the NWDS, Right Click on the IFlow you want to monitor and select the option Monitor Integration IFlow.

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scroll down to the “Processing Details” section and select the corresponding message ID.

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Once you clink on the Message ID, the Message Monitoring page will appear.

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Select the entry and press the button “Open Message”

Once you are in the “Message Editor” page, you will see in the column “CAPTION” the monitoring selected in the ICO’s configuration

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If you want to monitor the structure of the request message, just select the entry table and the Payload Tab.

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If you want to monitor the structure of the target message, just select the entry table and the Payload Tab.

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Thanks.

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