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no more SQL activity during INIT DELTA Load


I have an infopackage in 'init delta load' mode, wich run from a source BW to the same BW target.

When i run it, it keep running without doing anything after few SQL statements. For Exemple (SM37 on request) :

Job lancE

Etape 001 lancée (programme SBIE0001, va



  • Current Values for Selected


  • abap/heap_area_nondia......... 200000

  • abap/heap_area_total.......... 200000

  • abap/heaplimit................ 400000

  • zcsa/installed_languages...... DEF

  • zcsa/system_language.......... F

  • ztta/max_memreq_MB............ 250

  • ztta/roll_area................ 200000

  • ztta/roll_extension........... 200000


SQL: 18.11.2005 12:32:19 SOPRA20

drop index "/BI0/0P00000021~0"

SQL-END: 18.11.2005 12:32:19 00:00:00


SQL: 18.11.2005 12:37:39 SOPRA20

INSERT INTO "/BI0/0P00000026" ( "DIMID"

,"TC013" ,"TC014" ,"TC015" ,"TC020" ,"T




SQL-END: 18.11.2005 12:37:39 00:00:00

=>After that : do nothing but still runing...

Thanks for help


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    Posted on Nov 18, 2005 at 02:20 PM

    Hi Etienne,

    did you check in ST22 to verify if there is sone dump or in SM50 to see if the process is locked...

    Hope it helps!



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      Hi Roberto,

      search for error with your suggestions did'nt give any result.

      About PSA, it's very confusing : it works during loads of certains objects but doesn't work with only one...

      So : i keep it for later analyse when i wont be so busy..


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