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Deploy XPI Inspector in SAP PO using NWDS 7.5

Hi All,

This blog will give a quick overview of how to deploy an XPI inspector in sap PO using NWDS 7.5.

I have used sap PO 7.5 single stack to deploy xpi_inspector

We can deploy xpi_inspector in sap PO using different methods.

 

  • Using Telnet

Reference to SAP note 1934940 – “PI: How to Deploy the XPI Inspector Tool using TELNET”.

  • Using NWDS 7.5 

Follow this blog for step by step explanation.

 

Step 1

Download .ear file into your local system. Using below link

https://sap-my.sharepoint.com/:u:/p/ivan_milushev/EXyCNBBzg3JBsMo10Pmp0rIBEUHayPsCCwswkcR3_7uqTQ

Note: Get the latest file. I have downloaded the File with the name “xpi_inspector_v7_1.ear”

 

Step 2

Install NWDS and open.

You can follow below link to install NWDS:

https://blogs.sap.com/2015/09/17/installation-configuration-of-po-74-on-sap-netweaver/

Navigate:  Window —>Preferences —>SAP AS Java—> Add

 

 

 

Host = SAP PO hostname without port and https.

Instance No: 00

Domain = default

Note: If you have https in URL select use https. After adding it will add one entry in nwds like in my example PO1.

 

Step3

Navigate:  Window —>Preferences —>SAP AS Java —> Add

 

  • Window —> Prospective —> Open Prospective —> Other —> Double click in Deployment
  • Window —> show view —> Other —> Deployment Job

 

 

Click Import.

 

It will redirect you to your local desktop navigate the file location you have downloaded in the previous step. and upload the .rar file.

 

 

Step 4

Now click on start and it will start deploying:

You can see this at the bottom right

 

Once it will finish you can access the xpi_Inspector using below URL:

 

http://<host>:<port>/xpi_inspector

You will get below screen:

 

Hope this will helpful !

 

Conclusion:

By following this blog you will be able to deploy xpi_inspector into SAP PO using NWDS 7.5. After Deployment; You can use xpi_inspector in SAP PO to debug trace in detail.

 

 

 

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