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Mail triggering while any background job failed

Hello Experts,

I want to configure the mail in SAP STANDARD SYSTEM in such way if any background program has been failed due to any reasons then system should trigger a mail to respective person. Already i gone through so many blogs regarding this requirement but still i have not found any concrete way out. Even i would like to configure it by standard way without using any Z- Customizing.

So Experts, could you please share your thoughts regarding this.

Thanks & Regards

Varun Kumar

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  • You may configure that with Alert Management for CCMS. I can't tell you more. I guess it has been discussed in other posts in the Web, and in the SAP Library.

  • Hi Varun,

    I am not sure how you can achieve it without custom programming. However, you can create a custom program running at regular interval in background with below logic:

    1. Fetch details of background jobs from SAP tables TBTCP -Background Job Step Overview and TBTCO - Job Status Overview Table.

    alternatively, you can use the following FM to get job details:

    GET_JOB_RUNTIME_INFO - Reading Background Job Runtime Data

    2. In case of batch error or job fail status, write code to send mails to respective users.

    I hope this will help.

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  • Posted on Jul 30, 2020 at 01:28 PM

    This kind of things should be done with CCMS (it could have been replaced by something else, I play with that in ECC)

    https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/SI/Monitoring+Work+Processes+in+the+CCMS+Infrastructure

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  • Posted on Jul 30, 2020 at 12:25 PM
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    Thanks Devarshi for your prompt response.

    Actually i am just searching is any way available in Standard SAP system to achieve above requirement. Initially i thought to achieve it through SM36 but here i could not able to trigger mail if any job is getting failed.

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