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IT-Performance Monitoring - Directlink (for monitor)

Hi experts,

does anybody know a possibilty, to call IT-Performance Analysis (Work Center Technical Monitoring->Interactive Reporting) directly with an URL?

There are a lot of very good analysis which I would like to display on a central monitor, which is refresh automatically.

And I would like to display a lot of different graphics (for example each system 5 minutes).

I only found the function for "right click on graphic->bookmark", which is it is possible to call directly, but the time-intervall is not changed.

So if I define 24 hours and copy the bookmark, i get only displayed the 24hours, where I copied the bookmark.

I already got the mail-function which is really helpful (I send it once a month), but I would also like to have a monitor which is updated permanently.

Kind regards

Former Member
Former Member replied

Hello again,

it is possible, and not not that difficult.

You have to use the URL /sap/bc/webdynpro/sap/wdc_e2erep_metric_mon_static on solution manager for the call.

This URL has to be called with the following URL-parameters

iv_time_from = timestamp from

iv_time_to = timestamp to

IV_METR_PATH = metric path

IV_CONTEXT_ID = context id

IV_TYPE_ID = type id

iv_height = size (recommended 100%25 (%25 means % in URL)

iv_metr_path, iv_context_id and iv_type_id can be found in directory-browser.

If you don't find it, there is also an easy way to find it with method cl_e2erep_metric_monitor=>get_monitor.

Set a break-point therein and call the metric on the normal way in technical-monitoring.

So you can see the data simple.

Hopefuly it helps everybody.

For me it is very helpful, because on that way I can display now detailed metrics, based on same data, automatically with refresh-function.

(btw, refresh function I did realize in a BSP, which refreshs the URL automatically).

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