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BI_BTCH* Error

I have a BI_BTCH Job that is running at a specific time every day. Every day, it is cancelled. I do not know what BW Job or infopackage it is attached to. Our Basis Administrator would like the cancelled job to be resolved. Is there a simply way, (besides going through all the infopackages) to determine what is kicking off that job? I have no errored infopackages in the monitor.

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    Posted on May 26, 2006 at 03:16 PM

    Hi Elizabeth:

    Right out of mind, I have this suggestion.

    Note down the date and time when the job was started and when it was cancelled.

    Go to SE11/se16.


    Fields of interest to you.






    Here, enter the start date and time, try variations here. I am sure you will fing that job that was cancelled. TSTATUS will either be yellow or red. Since you know the approximate time, you will find the right record.

    Copy the value in field name - LOGDPID

    This is the name of the infopcakage.

    Now, go to RSA1 and search. THis should give you the infopackage that was running.

    Let me know if this worked.

    Good luck

    Ram Chamarthy

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    Posted on May 26, 2006 at 02:20 PM

    Hi Elizabeth,

    One way is find the datasource/datatarget from the log of SM37 or if you don't have any log for that batchjob then from STO3N you can find the entry for that particular time on the server details. May be you can get the request and from that you can find a solution..

    Or if you can identify the PID you can also catch it up in processs overview SM50.

    Hope this helps..

    Best Regards,


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