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I agree it would be great for ICC to be able to monitor the DB items for B2Bi. Like database size nearing MAX. So you can get alerted when it reach certain thresholds.
I have seen instances where B2BI shows an event (with email) but is not captured in Control Center. I have the rule to monitor for CCTR034E.
When there is a critical db event for B2BI, doesn't the monitored server on Control Center appear in a down status? If so, you can setup a Control Center rule when the B2BI server goes down to send an email.