About RFC Trace

Use the RFC Trace to monitor the interaction with the SAP ERP and to troubleshoot issues. The logs contain the transactions that are sent to the ERP (for example, when creating assets, capitalizing assets, and posting accruals), as well as what is returned.

The RFC trace is on by default, but can be turned off. By default, the file rolls after 1,000 or more entries are recorded in a single day. Contact Nakisa Support to change the default, but note that there may be a performance impact if the limit is increased.

Note that by default, only 1,000 entries are displayed on the page at one time. This limit can be changed on the Other UI Customization settings page, however increasing the setting may impact performance when the page is loaded.

Note: If the SAP Posting Bot is used, the RFC Trace will not contain the interaction between the Posting Bot and SAP ERP.

To use the RFC Trace:

  1. Click on the Traces tab.
  2. In the RFC Trace section, ensure that the button at the top-right says "On". If it says "Off", click it to enable the trace.
  3. If the trace becomes too long, click Clear.
  4. To view details about the function (such as input and output information, and errors) click on the relevant row to open the Trace Details window.
  5. To download the details about the function, click Download on the required row.

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