IMPORTANT NOTE: By starting an End-To-End trace the users running the trace allow that their userid is recorded in involved systems as part of the trace data.
In order to use the Trace Analysis (in Focused Run) or the E2E Trace (in SAP Solution Manager 7.2), you need to specify which systems should be used. This can be done with the Scope Selection.
When starting initially the trace application from the Launchpad a scope a probably not set. You can do this by clicking on the Scope Selection icon in the header of the shell.
You can save multiple queries of systems you want to analyze. When the flag 'Set as Default' is set, this query is your default query. The flag 'Execute on Select' specifies if this scope selection should be used when you start the application the next time. By setting the 'Share' flag other users can use this scope selection too.
Performing a trace can be separated in four general steps:
In the trace application tracing for all selected managed systems can be allowed centrally on the page Trace Enabling.
The screen shot above displays the tracing status for the two J2EE systems FBJ and FSJ and the ABAP systems FBT and FQ7_SM. In this case tracing is allowed for the ABAP systems but not for the J2EE systems. Possible states are:
The screenshot above displays the tracing status for the two J2EE systems FBJ and FSJ and the ABAP systems FBT and FQ7_SM.
In this case tracing is allowed for the ABAP systems but not for the J2EE systems.
Possible states are:
Tracing is enabled and allowed in that system
Tracing is disabled and not allowed in that system
Trace Status is unknown. See details in error message or in default.trc of the Solution Manager Diagnostics.
In progress, Trace status is currently read
With the button Enable all tracing will be allowed for all systems in this scope.
For each system the status can be toggled.
Only statistical records and HTTP log entries are written. HTTP logs are required for HTTP analysis providing frontend, server response times (HTTP logs) and derived network times. Statistical records are utilized to show the relationship between different managed systems and to show how much time is spent on each system. No server-side traces are triggered in this case and thus the performance overhead is very low. Use this trace level if you want to do performance measurements.
This trace level represents a performance trace. In the table below you can see which traces are triggered when using this trace level. Use this trace level when you have identified a performance bottleneck and you want to do a drill-down.
This Trace level represents a functional trace. This could have significant impact on the response time. The following table gives an overview of the traces written per trace level for SAP J2EE:
|Trace Level||HTTP Log||SQL Trace||Logging||Introscpe Transaction|
The following table gives an overview of the traces written per trace level for ABAP.
|Trace Level||HTTP Log||SQL Trace||ABAP Trace (SAT)||Application Log (SLG1)|
To allow creation of detail traces in HANA (HANA 1.0 >= SP06) set global.ini -> traceprofile_sap_passport_<level>->enabled = „true“
for the trace level(s) you want to use (medium / high).
The current status can be displayed in Solution Manager with transaction DBACOCKPIT. Select the system and then Configuration -> INI Files -> global.ini:
The purpose of this page is to explain how the trace setup and execution changes if SAP Cloud Platform (CP) SAPUI5 apps or Java applications are involved as parts of a scenario involving both SAP CP Neo services and On-premise systems (hybrid scenario)
We will explain the prerequisites and steps necessary to perform an trace on a hybrid, cloud based SAPUI5 application with an on-premise back end.
The trace is a feature present in SAP Solution Manager and Focused Run for SAP Solution Manager. The minimum Versions supporting the trace collection across SAP CP are
If you want to utilize the functionality of automatic uploading of the client side trace data in the background on end of trace follow the following steps in WebIDE or your development platform for the applications in focus. Note that this will have to be performed for each SAPUI5 application separately.
3 Maintain the destination in SAP Cloud Platform and SAP Cloud Connector
4 Deploy the SAPUI5 application again to SAP Cloud Platform
Use this method if you are tracing an application not having a SAP UI5 User Interface (e.g. a JAVA application in SAP Cloud Platform Neo)
a. Check that the settings in the MS Windows Registry for the Internet Explorer are as mentioned in the SAP Note
b. Unpack the zip file and start SAPClientPlugIn.exe
1 Within any SAPUI5 application you can start the Diagnostics following the description in the help portal for Troubleshooting: Diagnostics withCTRL+SHIFT+ALT+S
2 For selected mobile devices you can find it in the Mobile Diagnostics
3 When you have started the Diagnostics UI open the Technical Information section and scroll to the bottom of that section to find the Trace subsection
4 Select the desired trace level (LOW|MEDIUM|HIGH) and press the Start Button
In case you want to trace the initial loading of an application you can add the url parameter sap-ui-xx-e2e-trace=true. I records a trace with level medium without the need of opening the Diagnostics dialog.
5 In the Window of the SAPUI5 application you can now perform the actions you want to trace
a. After each interaction with the application you need to wait for a while as the end of the interaction is detected via a timeout mechanism on the requests being sent/received
b. After interaction end has been detected by tracing tool you will receive a pop-up asking if you want to continue tracing or not. Press cancel, when you want to end tracing.
c. If you have had maintained an upload connection the upload will be performed automatically, nevertheless you can also copy the client side XML for reference or manual upload to a local file with CTRL+C, CTRL+V to a text editor and save it under a name following the pattern BusinessTransaction.*\.xml
6 When you have ended tracing, it is important to reload the currently traced app to get a new session.
a. Reason 1 is that the ID of the trace is coupled to the session window of SAP UI5. If you do not create a new session the next recorded trace will be overwriting the previous trace or be discarded during upload as the previous trace registered under th same ID.
b. Reason 2 is to ensure all trace flags are being reset for the next steps.
Within any SAPGUI transaction you can start the trace.
Stop just before the dialog step(s) you want to trace.
Enter the command /$GUI_E2E_TRACE and choose the trace level.
Execute the steps you want to trace.
Enter the command /$GUI_E2E_TRACE and choose ‘Off'.
For SAP Solution manager you can enter the URL of the JAVA stack where the client recording should be send to.
For Focused Run the system needs to be in the scope selection. When click on refresh above the Business Transaction table data is read automatically from that system.
With report RSGUIE2EXMLS you can display the recorded client traces in the managed system. With right mouse click you can download the client recording and send it to SAP support or upload it in your Solution Manager.
To check if new traces in the managed systems are available you need to click on the Refresh icon above the table:
Depending on the support package you either click on the icon in the second column or on the icon behind the Business Transaction Name.
When the collection is running you see a po-up with the current status:
When the pop-up is closed and server side data has been collected the status of the Business Transaction is changed and the system IDs are displayed. By clicking on the lock icon you can prevent that this trace is deleted by housekeeping.