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Inbound/Outbound Queue Monitoring

Hello EWM experts

We are looking to automate the monitoring of Inbound and Outbound Queues so that manual efforts can be saved.

I have a requirement that for some particular types of Queues (be it Inbound or Outbound Queues) I want them to just reprocess ,Queues which are stuck mostly due locking issues.

Also if a Queue gets stuck in SMQ1/SMQ2 ,I should get a mail/message poop-up.

Thanks

Akhil

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  • Posted on Nov 06, 2015 at 01:38 PM

    Hi Akhil, which EWM release are you on? Do you know the EWM message queue monitor? It is available from EWM 9.1 on and provides a much more improved monitoring which is also focused on business data (warehouse number, delivery numbers,....) Regarding your questions: 1.) Locking issues. If this is mainly concerning the ERP inbound queues sent from EWM , Please have a look at the following consulting note: 2172902 - Failed inbound queues in SMQ2 due to locking problems for messages sent from EWM 2.) notifications (alerts) Do you know the SAP customer influence program? There is the ollowing request: https://influence.sap.com/D8214 It is under development and will be available in the near future. Check out on http://www.sapimprovementfinder.com/public/ There it will be shown as soon as this improvement is available. For this EWM 9.1 is required. 3.) Queue Monitoring in general (EWM specific) Here also an improvement request exists: https://influence.sap.com/D7600 Same applies here. It is under development and will be available in the near future. Check out on http://www.sapimprovementfinder.com/public/ There it will be shown as soon as this improvement is available. For this EWM 9.1 is required. I hope that this can be of help for you. Best regards Markus

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