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Message in status "scheduled for outbound processing"

Hi,

I was tring to perfom volume test. The scenario is XMLFILE --> XI --> IDOC(R/3). I reduced the polloing interval to 2secs and it went well for 15 min. Later I left it like that for an hour and found that all the messages are queued up scheduled for processing. I checked SMQ2 there were lot of messages. I deleted them all and then activated the queuse through SXMB_ADM ->Manage Queues transaction. In the QRFC Monitor I see the scheduler status as Inactive. I tried to make it active, it starts and becomes inactive again. Still I can see all the messages in SXMB_MONI. Are there any specific steps that we need to perform to clear the queues.

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Srinivas Vaidyam

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2005 at 08:53 AM

    Hi,

    it's normal for transaction SMQR to show the scheduler in status "Inactive" (it just happens not to be running at the

    time you enter SMQR, a moment later you might have found it to be running).

    Rather than just deleting all the queues you should have clicked on the queue name for a waiting message from SXMB_MONI (in the default SXMB_MONI display mode you need to scroll a bit to the right to the see which queue a message is in). Drill down on the next screen (double click the queue name etc.) to see a list of all queued messages including a brief description of why the first message got stuck. You can now either "retry" or "delete" the message. Then go back one screen and unlock the queue (open lock icon) if you find it not to be in the status running. Refresh the display to make sure that messages get processed.

    Of course these steps do not need to be performed manually. There's an automatic retry mechanism and if that repeatedly fails the report RSXMB_RESTART_MESSAGES (which you will need to schedule) will try to resend the messages.

    You should now cancel all messages belonging to this testrun in SXMB_MONI. Make sure that none of the queues are blocked and restart your test.

    Regards,

    Hans Christian

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 08:19 PM

    hi,

    run the report RSXMB_REGISTER_QUEUES and register the queues

    Naveen

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