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Runtime Monitor

The Runtime Monitor is an instrument that supports the recording of information on user-defined events that can occur during runtime of an ABAP program. For example, the information can consist of a test name and a text, which are recorded and stored with the time stamp and frequency of the event. Because this information is collected directly in the main memory, the runtime behavior of the program is barely influenced.
The events are mainly triggered by ABAP programmers and recorded using system classes. However, they can also be directly triggered by the runtime system (SAP kernel). The collected information of all application servers involved is transferred to the database at regular intervals. The Runtime Monitor includes the following functions. Use the links provided to call up more detailed descriptions of these functions.
The Runtime Monitor collects information on user-defined events that are triggered by ABAP programs at runtime. This information is first recorded in the main memory and then transferred to the  database in regular intervals. There it can be adjusted and asynchronously evaluated at any time. The Runtime Monitor provides system-wide information on the current program statuses and their frequency.
The Runtime Monitor also provides functions for defining, activating, and deleting test cases. The tests can be assigned to specific application servers and are then executed on these servers only. The log records can subsequently be displayed in different views and, if necessary, deleted.
Using the Maintain Tests function, you can edit individual tests. Using the Administration function, on the other hand, you can change entire system log records or settings, for example - irrespective of a particular test.

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