Using the RFC trace, one can track which remote calls the CA Job Management Adapter for SAP or the SAP System triggers and on which instance these calls are executed.
From the recorded trace one can infer:
- Which function modules have been called remotely by the program to be analyzed.
- Whether the RFC was executed successfully.
- The total time used to process the remote call.
- The marking of the RFC communication (RFC client or RFC server).
- On which instance the remote call was executed.
- With which technical parameters this instance is characterized.
- The number of bytes sent and received during the RFC.
How to enable RFC trace using configuration assistant in CA Job Management Adapter for SAP?
Please follow below steps:
1. From command prompt, run 'casapjmacfg.exe' utility which is Java based GUI utility.
2. GUI display console will appear.
3. Go to 'SAP System Connection Configuration' -> BI1 -> Host name -> System Number
Note:- BI1 is an example name provided for reference. This could be any connection name depending on the setup.
4. Select 'Enable RFC Trace' and click on EDIT located on right side of GUI window.
5. New GUI console will appear to enable two option 'Enable ABAP Debug' and 'Enable RFC Trace'.
6. Check 'Enable RFC Trace' and click on 'OK'.
7. Go to the below path for the trace file name 'dev_rfc'.
C:\Program Files (x86)\CA\Unicenter JMA for SAP\bin
Opt\CA\Unicenter JMA for SAP\bin
Warning:- Enabling RFC trace will lead to size growth in log which may result in disk utilization issues.