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Overall Status Yellow/Red with Remote Process Chain

Hello all,

We have a scenario where data is transferred between two BW systems (BW1 to BW2) and dependencies are set between process chain that exists in both systems. To meet the requirements we have used Remote Process Chains in the source BW1 to trigger the process chain in target BW2.

After adding remote process chain step in source BW1 the overall status of the PC remains yellow even after all the local chains and remote process chains have status green. The end status of the remote chains remain 'Active' after the chains have completed in the target system.

Every time we will have to manually change the overall status of the PC in source BW1 to make sure it has correct status. Is there anything that need to be done to avoid manual intervention?


Abhishek Shanbhogue

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    Posted on Nov 12, 2015 at 02:23 PM

    Hi Abhishek

    There are chances that other process variants could also cause this issue.

    For testing that, could you please add a dummy process variant after the remote process chain. (just like create index of an already indexed infocube or activation of DSO which is already active)

    This is just to test if the status is caused because of the remote process chain or not. From the logs, I could see that your process chain runs once in a month. So do you need to wait till next month or could you test it in quality system?

    Also there are few other local process chains and there are some other process variants below the local chain as well which is not covered in the screenshot. There might be some load which is not finished or some deadlocks might have happened.

    Check these points and update us. We will look into this further based on your reply.



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