RWB-Message Monitoring and End-to-End Monitoring

hi
Can someone explain the differences between Message Monitoring & End-to-End Monitoring through RWB. I see both of them displaying the messages status with better descriptive with End-to-End Monitoring.

HI Chandra
You use message monitoring in the following cases:
1 To track the status of messages
2 To find errors that have occurred and establish what caused them
Check this help for further info:
http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/2f/4e313f8815d036e10000000a114084/content.htm
You use end-to-end monitoring in the following cases:
1 If you want to monitor message processing steps in a number of SAP components (to be configured).
2 If you want to monitor the path of individual messages through these SAP components, from start to end.
Check this help for further info:
http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/82/9e8dfe9eadbd4b9194c433e646b84e/content.htm
End-to-end monitoring includes message monitoring, adapter monitoring, BPE if BPM is involved.. so end-to-end monitoring tells you complete description of your scenario......but message monitoring is concerned only with source message coming to target message successfully generated.
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