Step 5 : Monitoring

There are 3 different ways to monitor your SEAzam tasks. The logs can be managed :

  • A specific transaction : /HSEA/SEAzam_MONITOR
  • The standard SLG01 log transaction
  • It’s also possible to export the log in the returning part of the data transfert. It works for a Web service or for a file, if you flag the corresponding fields in your file template.

For activities, the transaction is /HSEA/SEAzam_MONITOR.

  • You can find it in your user menu in : SEAZAM - Monitoring - Menu icon

SEAzam - Monitoring - Menu table


  • When you start the monitoring, different fields are available to filter the log :

SEAzam - Monitoring - Filters


  • On the left, you can see a list of folder that helps to sort the logs. Icons help to identify the status of the activities. If you double click on a line you open the detail screen.

SEAzam - Monitoring - List folders


  • On the left, you can see the details of the operation. On the right, you can see the different messages.

SEAzam - Monitoring - Operation details

  • SEAzam - Monitoring - SGL1Depending on the log objects and subobjects you selected, it’s possible to filter on different fields to verify the log of the activities.

Default object value :/HSEA/SEAzam

Default subobject :

– Activities : DEF


– Table ID’s : TABLE

You can create your own object with transaction SLG0.




  • When you double click on a line, you can see the details. Details of the log are different for a table ID or an activity but the some info is also depending from the Application system of the SAP server.SEAzam - Monitoring - SGL1 details

To export the log for activities, flag the fields in the “RETURN” directory at the template creation.

Here below the available fields :

SEZam - Monitoring - Available fields