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CIF Queue deleted- Is there a way to find out who deleted it?

CIF queues are being randomly deleted in our ECC and APO systems. Is there a way to find out who deleted it?

Also, is there a way that a blocked CIF queue that has been lying in SMQ2 with a 'SYSFAIL' status can get processed automatically after some time?

Regards,

Kunal

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    Posted on May 21, 2013 at 05:40 PM

    Kunal,

    Check in SM21 for queue deletions.

    Best Regards,

    DB49

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  • Posted on May 21, 2013 at 02:01 PM

    Hi Kunal,

    There is no way to tell (that I know of) who deleted a queue. Access to this functionality should be controlled so you should be able to narrow the list of people who need CIF reeducation.

    If a queue has SYSFAIL status, it means there has been a serious error. It is not designed to be restarted automatically.

    From SAP Note 378903,

    "SYSFAIL

    A serious error occurred in the target system while the first LUW of

    this queue was executed. The execution was interrupted. When you

    double-click on this status, the system displays an error text. You can

    find additional information on this error in the corresponding short

    dump in the target system (transaction ST22). No batch job is scheduled

    for a repetition and the queue is no longer processed. Information from

    the affected application is required to solve the problem. Refer to note

    335162 for the special error text "connection closed"."

    Best Regards,

    Mike

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