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Integration is a continuous process which gives the flexibility to the users to run an integration procedure again and again based on the schedule defined by the user. As the process executes in background without any human intervension, it gives the user a piece of mind such that the data syncs seamlessly. But occassionally there might be a situation where the integration stops all of a sudden and the user who is not regularly monitoring them, does not get any clue about it. This rule will identify any issue in the platform and generate notification based on various parameters, such that any decrepancy could be identified easily.

While using any Processflow with SAP B1 as the source or destination application to perform any business integrations, the DI-SERVER should be runnig in your local system. Further, you can schedule your processflow in manual or auto mode as per your requirement in OP or Cloud agent. These procesflows will retrieve and update specific data from respective source and destination application. However, it might happen that, while you are performing data sync between any business application and SAP B1, the sync may not occur properly. To overcome, such situations SAP B1 DI-SERVER comes into the scenerio.

How to use the Rule

As SAP B1 DI-SERVER Restart Rule is a Pre-packaged & Pre-configured rule, you can use this with single click from the enivronment section of any organization. Follow the below mentioned steps to Deploy/Undeploy this rule in your respective organization.

  • Login to portal with any valid login credentials.
  • From the Home page, naviagte to Deploy -> Environments.
  • Expand the node On-Premise. Select any environment where your processflow are deployed and executed. Click on the Rules. detailedsyncreportprocessflow2
  • On clicking the ellipses button(…), you will get to deploy the rule in your organization. If you, do not deploy the rule in your own organization, it will not try to restart the DI-SERVER during the integration process.

Rule Notification

The rule will detect if DI-SERVER is non-functional based on logs, if so, then tries to restart the DI-SERVER via function defined in SAP B1 application. You can see the logs in your local system from the location where agent is installed. Open the OP agent, copy the Service Output Path and navigate to this location. Click on Log and open the folder on the day, which you want to see the DI-SERVER status. Open the SchedulerRules file and you will get to see all the details regarding SAP B1 DI-SERVER.