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EM Shortdumps

Dear experts,

we have not consciously changed anything in EM, but still we get lots of dumps TODAY in our development system.

I have attached the 2 short dumps. Since we are getting quite a number of dumps, I try here first because the response on OSS EM is quite slow.

We had something similar when we changed from the Standard Event Managers ODT30_TO and ODT30_FU to the custom ones Z-XYZ-FO and Z-XYZ-FU.

In another thread, we discussed this and I had set the standard application object type as inactive. I had also removed the log in each event at that time. The dumps have happened around 13-14h. I have tried creating new sales orders and transferrign them as FUs, no error. I have tried creating FOs - no error, so it does not seem to be related to the creation of new Event handlers. ost of the dumps have happened with a Batch Job user, but some are also from a user that does normal Tm Transactions.

Your help is much appreciated.

Thanks

Petra

em dump 2.txt.zip (33.0 kB)
em dump 1.txt.zip (63.7 kB)
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    Posted on Dec 15, 2015 at 09:28 AM

    Hi Petra,

    regarding short dump 1:

    You should check the BOPF MODIFY that is done in FM Z_UPDATE_FO_TIMES. It seems that this is erronous. What is wrong should be possible to analyze by debugging this FM.

    regarding short dump2:

    It seems that you are using DOA SEND_EM_DATA_FROM_TOR_ASYNC to do the extraction from TM to EM. This is NOT recommended. Please use DOA SEND_EM_DATA_FROM_TOR and use the Synch/Asynch = 'Has Uncritical o/p: Process after Commit (background)'. Of course, the short dump should not occur, but the root cause cannot be analyzed here, I guess.

    Best regards, Daniel

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