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Process Chain Status

Hello All,

As I'm working on the Process Status (0TCTPRCSTAT) characteristic, I found in SAP Help (Process Status - Monitoring BI Statistics - SAP Library) that this characteristic specifies the status of a process as follow:

  • R (Ended with errors)
  • G (Succesfully completed)
  • F (Completed)
  • A (Active)
  • X (Canceled)
  • P (Planned)
  • S (Skipped at restart)
  • Q (Released)
  • Y (Ready)
  • ' ' (Undefined)
  • J (Framework error upon completion. For example, a follow-on job is missing)

But I couldn't get the difference between the 2 charc 'G' and 'F'. Does G refers to the first status of a PC as it had a successful execution and 'F' refers to a KO status but it had been successfully resolved.

A good documentation on this charac will be very appreciated.

Many thanks for your help.

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    Sep 18, 2014 at 06:41 AM

    I guess this stands for R(ed), G(reen), and F(inished). Depending on the process tryp, it will take value G or F.



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