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Database error 1205 at DEL access to table /SAPAPO/AM

Hi Folks,

Good day and happy new year!

Would like to get your insights and knowledge regarding issue in SNP heuristics (background job). We always got this error log 'Parallel process cancelled with error: SQL error in the database when accessing a table.'

Upon checking with the error (via ST22 and SM21), I've traced that this issue was because of the deadlocks due to 'Database error 1205 at DEL access to table /SAPAPO/AM'.

Checkng our alert database table entries, we have millions of entries there (even in the past years) and we decided to delete them (i.e. all 2013 backwards) via report /SAPAPO/AMON_REORG leaving us with 100k+ entries only in the table /SAPAPO/AM_ALERT. Not sure though if there are other alert table/s (apart from /SAPAPO/AM_ALERT) that we should check and delete the entries, can you please confirm?

When we tested and run again the SNP heuristics (background job), the issue still exists. I tried to zero out the entries in the table and re-run again Heuristics but still nothing has changed.

Basically, I'd like to get your insights if ever you can share some SAP notes or you have encountered the same in the past. Thanks for your continuous help. Appreciate your feedback the soonest!



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    Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 04:42 AM

    Hello, I think this is because you have assigned the alert macros to 'Default' group for the used planning book/data view, which is not desired. Please remove the alert macros from 'Default' group. Generally alert macros are executed manually in interactive planning or run in background job.

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