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Performing a CCMS Consistency Check describes how you can start the Consistency Check of the CCMS Monitoring Infrastructure. This section describes the various ways in which you can find out about the result of the check. There are three options:

  • You can display the results yourself directly in the CCMS Consistency Check transaction (RZ50). This is primarily useful if you have started the consistency check manually yourself due to a current problem and require the results immediately.

  • You can have the results sent to your by e-mail. This is primarily useful if you have scheduled the consistency check regularly as a job (for example, once daily).

  • The results are always forwarded as log attributes to the CCMS. You can therefore also display them in the Alert Monitor (transaction RZ20). Use this property if you have set an alert workflow and the results are therefore available in the form of alerts in the CCMS monitoring infrastructure.


Displaying the Check Result in Transaction RZ50

If you perform a consistency check in transaction RZ50 (more information: Performing a CCMS Consistency Check), the result is displayed there. The screen has the following structure:

  • The various check objects are displayed with their status in a tree structure on the left, both for the central monitoring system (CEN) and for the monitored systems.

  • The subscreens on the right show a description and the check result of the check object selected in the tree structure.

  • The check log is displayed in a list at the bottom of the screen. To switch between a global log of the entire check and a log of the selected check object, choose Object-Specific / Global Log Display.

The following functions are also available to you in the display of the check result:

Displaying the Check Result in the Alert Monitor

The results of the CCMS consistency check are also reported in the monitoring infrastructure itself, so that you can use all of the functions of the alert monitor wth regard to the results, such as assigning auto-reactions, or forwarding alerts to an external alert management system. For each status in the CCMS consistency check, an alert with the same color is generated. The results of the check are reported as log attributes, meaning that the results of previous checks are also available to you here.

The check results are written to a system-wide monitoring context called RZ50 Results; you can, for example, display the results in the subtree Start of the navigation path <System-ID> Next navigation step CCMS Selfmonitoring End of the navigation path in the CCMS Selfmonitoring monitor of the SAP CCMS Technical Expert Monitors monitor set.

Displaying the Check Results in an E-Mail

You can define in the consistency check that the results are also to be sent to you as an e-mail. This is particularly interesting if you have scheduled the consistency check regularly as a job (more information: Performing a CCMS Consistency Check). The SAPconnect infrastructure is used to send the e-mail, so ensure that you have performed the appropriate configuration in CEN.

To send the check results in an e-mail, select the indicator Send Result by E-Mail in the E-Mail Alert group box, and specify the Distribution List or the Sender Name to which the e-mail is to be sent.

You can also specify which results of the check you want to be informed about in the Alert Threshold input field:

Short Description of the Alert Threshold


Green alerts

You are informed about all checks irrespective of their outcome.

Yellow alerts

You are informed about all check results with the status yellow (warnings) and red (errors).

Red alerts

You are informed about all check results with the status red (error).


The e-mail contains the information that is displayed in transaction RZ50. However, you can adjust the text of the e-mail to your needs if you edit the corresponding text modules. The texts belong to the document class Dialog Text. The names of the text elements follow the naming convention ML_CL_SCSM_<SAPSYS|CENSYS>_<check objcet>. You can therefore display all documents by specifying, in the document maintenance transaction (transaction SE61), the specified Document Class and the Dialog Text ML_CL_SCSM*. You can identify parameters of which the current value is used in the text during the runtime of the check by the character string $<Name>$.

More information about adjusting these texts: Modifying SAP Documentation.