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Hi All,

This is a strange error I am facing.

We are able to send messages via SCOT. But it is observed that while sending the request to any user, all the mails assigned to that user which exist in the mail box be it for any day goes to that user. For Eg user is supposed to get one mail for 1st Sept, but if there are mails in his name for 30th August or any previous day do also gets triggered.

This is happening for just one job in particular.

Any suggestions will be appreciated

Thanks.

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  • Posted on Sep 04, 2013 at 10:00 AM

    For Eg user is supposed to get one mail for 1st Sept, but if there are mails in his name for 30th August or any previous day do also gets triggered.

    Not sure if I understood your question, but wondering why was the mail for the 30th of August was still in the SOST queue or if it was reissued by your code?...

    Also, if this is a custom program, you need to check the code with your abaper.

    Regards, Juan

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  • Posted on Sep 04, 2013 at 10:18 AM

    Hi Ambarish,

    SAP connect job will try to trigger emails for all the entries listed under SOST and which are not in error or transferred.

    As the issue is with one job, please get the program associated with the job checked.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Deepak Kori

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    • But it is only happening in an environment running kernel patch level 300, while on a 201 kernel all is well. If you'd put 300 on DEV first, you'd have spotted this there, no? Or are you saying you wouldn't have thought to test this anyway? If so, then you need to work on your kernel upgrade testing procedures...

      It seems like the problem is an interaction between one ABAP program and a change due to the kernel upgrade. I've had similar things happen to me in the past. If there is no particular reason why you are running kernel 300 in PRD then I would follow @Juan Reyes's advice and go back to 201 in PRD. Then install 300 in DEV and work out the problem there before upgrading again.

      Steve.

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