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check_sap

check_sap connects to CCMS (Computing Center Management System) on a SAP system via the RFC interface.

https://www.netways.org/projects/check-sap/wiki

check_sap

This plugin communicates with the SAP CCMS via the RFC Protocol.

It supports unicode (use a UTF-8 Locale for best results).

Tested with V7.0 of the 64bit RFC Unicode SDK (RFC_SDK_70_redhat_64bit_UNICODE.SAR), but it should work with the 32bit version as well.

Also tested with Netweaver

Usage

See --help for usage information

Examples:

./check_sap --client 000 --sysnr 00 --user SAPUSER --pass PASSWD --dest ABC --host 192.168.1.2 -m listsets 
 lists all monitor sets

./check_sap ...options... -m listmonitors 'SAP CCMS Monitor Templates'
 lists the monitors in a set

./check_sap ...options... -m listtree 'SAP CCMS Monitor Templates' 'Dialog Overview'
 shows the complete tree for a monitor

./check_sap ...options... 'SAP CCMS Monitor Templates' 'Dialog Overview' 'Response'
 shows the status of all objects matching the Regex

./check_sap ...options... --fullpath 'SAP CCMS Monitor Templates' 'Dialog Overview' 'Standard.*\ResponseTime'
 As above, but the path to the object is also used

Installation

Download and extract the tarball release from https://www.netways.org/projects/plugins/files

You will need autoconf to generate the configure script, and a SAP SDK needs to be installed. N.B. the SDK must be downloaded directly from SAP.

autoconf
./configure
make

Pay attention to the messages generated by configure - they should help you check you have all the files installed that you need.

Make sure to install the libraries where the system can find them e.g.

cp RFC_SDK_70_redhat_64bit_UNICODE/lib/* /usr/local/lib
ldconfig

The include files in the bapi subdirectory can be regenerated using the genh command included with the classic SDK.

Example:

bin/genh ashost=... sysnr=.. user=... passwd=... BAPITNDEXT > bapi/bapitndext.h

For further options see ./configure --help