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MP Authoring – Quick & Dirty – 03 – Example Using The Template MP XML Code

By Marnix Wolf


Advice to the reader
This posting is part of a series of articles. In order to get a full grasp of it, I strongly advise you to start at the beginning of it.

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Open this file in Notepad++ and do a Search & Replace ()on these 3 entries:
Search for: Custom.Application. Replace with SAP.Logon.Server, mind the DOTS (.):

Search for: Custom Application. Replace with SAP Logon Server, mind the SPACES ( );

Search for: CustomApplication. Replace with SAPLogonServer, mind the LACKING spaces;

Just to be sure all Custom Application entries are rebranded to SAP Logon Server, do a count () on the entry custom. There shouldn’t be any left. If there are, start over from Step 01.

Save the modified XML and close Notepad++. As a result, the template MP XML code is now rebranded from Custom Application to SAP Logon Server. With MP Author you’ll add the Rules and Monitor as previously discussed.

02 – Adding the Monitor to the SAP Logon Server MP with MP Author
With MP Author you’ll build the required MP in order to monitor the SAP Logon Server specific workloads. Again, I won’t describe EVERY …read more

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