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how ot view what is happening between the ess.do and HPSM server

Dear HP Expert;

could you please advise how and where can I see what is going on between the ess.do and the HPSM server?

I have an issue when a user is requesting something using the web interface (ess.do) and need to see what is going on to find the cause of the problem?

regards;

AB

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Re: how ot view what is happening between the ess.do and HPSM server

What is your question actually?
- ess.do & index.do uses web.xml to do most of its part
- all the fields/links/fc everything is taken from HPSM server

If you want to track in the log, enable the parameter "debughttp:1" in sm.ini - this will give lot of information in sm.log file

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Re: how ot view what is happening between the ess.do and HPSM server

Hi Snazz;

thanks for your reply; I'll try to rephrease my question, I need to see which application will run when a user uses ess.do to request from service catalog? for example which format control?

 

regards;

AB

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Re: how ot view what is happening between the ess.do and HPSM server

Trace the user with debugdbquery:999 parameter.  you can see all the queries being run and you can see which format control is being used.

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