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Manual Restart Restriction for Selected Async interfaces in PI

Hi Experts,

Is there any way in PI SXMB_MONI & Integration Engine level to restrict manual restart of few selected (Async) interfaces messages.

Recently, i restarted a mapping failed message after two day due to ECC RFC error while monitoring error messages, but before my restart correction was made and message with similar information already triggered.Hence my restart caused duplicate message at end system.

Client wants to remove restart option for such critical interfaces i.e restart not possible approach for selective interfaces.

Please suggest some possible ways to achieve it.

Error that i received: <SAP:P2>[RFC Lookup Error: ECC (Acc Mapping) Record n~</SAP:P2>



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  • Posted on May 19, 2015 at 02:51 PM

    Hi Deepak,

    Have you tried to set the 0 value in the parameter showed in this blog XI : How to Re-Process failed XI Messages Automatically?


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    • Former Member Iñaki Vila


      I tried an alternate way.

      To schedule a report RSXMB_CANCEL_MESSAGES with variant having selected interface details to cancell messages with error .We cannot restart messages with status cancelled.

      Looking for few more solutions and workaround on it.



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