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0. Structure and Use of this Document
1. Introduction
2. Functional Principle of the CCMS Agents
2.1. SAPCCMSR
2.2. SAPCCMSR with Option j2ee
2.2.1 Examples
2.2.1.1 Monitored System with no ABAP Instances
2.2.1.2 Monitored System with J2EE and ABAP Instances
2.2.1.3 Monitored System with Java and ABAP Instances, and a CEN
2.3. SAPCCM4X
2.4. SAPCM3X
2.5. Communication
3. Installing CCMS Agents for NetWeaver Components
3.1. Installing an Agent on an ABAP Instance
3.2. Installing an Agent on a Java Instance (Java Standalone System)
3.3. Installing an Agent on a Java Instance (Double-Stack System)
4.1. Prerequisites for the Installation
4.2. Downloading the CCMS Agents
4.3. Copying the CCMS Agent to the Desired Directory
4.4. Creating the Required Configuration Files
4.4.1 Configuration File for Monitoring Log Files
4.4.2 Configuration File for Monitoring Operating System Data
4.4.3 Profile File of the CCMS Agents
4.4.3.1 Structure of the Profile File
4.4.3.2 Example Profile File
4.4.4 SAPCCMSR.INI: Configuration File for the CCMS Agents
4.4.4.1 Structure of the SAPCCMSR.INI Configuration File
4.4.4.2 Example SAPSSMSR.INI Agent Configuration File
4.5. Registering the CCMS Agents
4.5.1 Creating the CSMREG User
4.5.2 Automatically Creating the CSMCONF Start File
4.5.3 Registration with the Agent Registration Tool
4.5.4 Registering the CCMS Agents in Dialog
4.5.5.1 Structure of the CSMCONF Start File
4.5.5.2 Example CSMCONF Start File
4.5.6 Registering SAPCCMS with the Option -j2ee
4.5.6.1 Registering SAPCCMS with the Option -j2ee in Dialog
4.5.6.2 Dialog-Free Registration of SAPCCMS with the Option -j2ee
4.5.6.3 Creating Customizing Destination for SAPCCMSR –j2ee
4.5.7 Starting the Agent
4.5.8 SAPCCM4X: Creating the RFC Connections
4.6. Working Directory and Log Files of the CCMS Agents
4.6.1 Working Directory
4.6.2 Log Files
4.6.3 Trace Files
5. Advanced Functions of the CCMS Agents
5.1. Monitoring Log Files
5.1.1 Types of Monitored Log Files
5.1.2 Structure of the Log File Template of the Log File Agent
5.1.2.1 General Settings for the Monitored Log Files
5.1.2.2 Monitored Search Pattern in the Monitored Log Files
5.1.2.3 Search Pattern to be Output in the Monitored Log Files
5.1.3 Example Log File Templates
5.1.3.1 Oracle Alert Log
5.1.3.2 Trace Files of the SAP Work Processes
5.1.3.3 Log File of the SAPCCMSR CCMS Agent
5.1.3.4 Log File for the Backups of an Oracle Database
5.1.4 Display for Log File Monitoring in the Alert Monitor
5.2. Setting Up the Sending and Receiving of SNMP Traps Using CCMS Agents
5.2.1 Adjusting the Configuration File for Sending SNMP Traps
5.2.2 Adjusting the Configuration File for Receiving SNMP Traps
5.2.3 Displaying Received SNMP Traps in the Alert Monitor
5.3. Event Log Monitoring with CCMS Agents
5.3.1 Structure of the Event Log Template
5.3.2 Displaying the Event Log Monitoring in the Alert Monitor
5.4. Monitoring Operating System Data with CCMS Agents
5.4.1 Operating System Data Displayed in the Alert Monitor
5.4.2 Configuring the Monitoring of Operating System Data
5.4.3 Structure of the SAPOSCOL Filter File oscolfile.txt
5.4.4 Example SAPOSCOL Filter File oscolfile.txt
5.4.5 Monitoring Selected Processes
5.5. Alert Logging for CCMS Agents
5.5.1 Activating the Alert Logging
5.5.2 Structure of the Alert Log File
5.5.3 Example Alert Log File
5.6. Displaying File Contents in the Alert Monitor
5.6.1 Example of Defining Displayable File Contents (SAPCCMSR.INI)
5.6.2 Assigning the Required Analysis Method
5.7. Transferring GRMG Customizing Files to CEN
5.8. Including Additional Functions in CCMS Agents
5.9. Registering with Multiple Central Monitoring Systems
5.9.1 Start File CSMCONF with Multiple Central Monitoring Systems
5.10. Monitoring Multiple Systems with an Identical System ID
5.11. Transferring Distributed Statistics Records with CCMS Agents
6. Displaying Agent Data in the Central Monitoring System
6.1. Monitoring Contexts of the CCMS Agents in the Monitoring System
6.2. Creating CCMS Agent Monitors in the Central Monitoring System
6.2.1 SAPCM3X: Creating a Rule-Based Monitor
6.2.2 SAPCCMSR: Creating a Rule-Based Monitor
6.3. Self-Monitoring of the CCMS Agents
6.4. Displaying Agent Data in the Topology Display
6.4.1 Calling the Display of Agent Data in the Topology Display
6.4.2 Data Displayed About CCMS Agents
6.4.3 Commands in the Topology Display
7. Controlling the CCMS Agents
7.1. Deregistering CCMS Agents
7.2. Starting and Stopping CCMS Agents
7.3. Displaying the Status of a CCMS Agent
7.4. Displaying the Version of a CCMS Agent
8. Questions and Answers
8.1. General
8.2. SAPCCMSR/SAPCM3X
8.3. SAPCCMSR –j2ee
8.4. SAPCCM4X
9. Additional Information
9.1. SAP Service Marketplace and SAP Library
9.2. Important SAP Notes About CCMS Agents
9.3. Copyright
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CCMS Agents Features, Installation and Operation

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