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wht do the various sm35 tabs signify

hi friends,

when we go to the sm35 tab there are various tabs as new,incorrect,in processing,being created...

can u elaborate on it from the point of view of a basis administrator

do the 'in background tab ' signify those sessions tht r run in background, if yes why the new tab is present?

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 08:23 AM

    Hi Rohit,

    Check the below link for more answers to the q.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/69/c2504e4ba111d189750000e8322d00/content.htm

    Hope it helps.

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    Sri

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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 09:16 AM

    hi rohit,

    Possible statuses are as follows:

    <b>new and not yet processed</b>

    The Tran. and Screen fields in the display show how many transactions and screens, respectively, the session contains.

    held in the session queue because of errors in transactions (Errors in sessions)

    Transactions that contained errors are aborted; all correct transactions are processed. The Tran. and Screen fields in the session display show how many incorrect transactions were found in the session.

    You can restart a session and correct the erroneous transactions with one of the interactive execution modes offered by the batch input system. For more information, please see Correcting a Session.

    <b>processed</b>

    For further information on a session that has been successfully run, you can display the log generated by the session. All completed sessions generate a log. You cannot run a completed session a second time.

    Only sessions that were generated with the KEEP option are held in the queue after processing. Other sessions are deleted after they are successfully completed.

    <b>in generation</b>

    You will usually see this status only if you happen to display the queue while a session is being generated (entered into the session queue).

    You can also encounter this status if a system failure has interrupted the generation of a session. If you suspect that a session has been interrupted, please see Releasing and Restarting an Interrupted Session for more information.

    <b>in process</b>

    You will usually see this status only if you happen to display the queue while a session is being run.

    You can also encounter this status if a system failure has interrupted the execution of a session. If you suspect that a session has been interrupted, please see Releasing and Restarting an Interrupted Session for more information.

    br,

    sri

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 05:20 AM

    hi sri,

    thnx for ur reply it is really helpful

    but can u tell me more abt how does a session actually gets locked and enters in the the locked state.

    also does the session placed under the background tab imply that they are being created as background session ,if is it so, how can one difeerentiate it form the in processing tab(since in processing can be foreground or background)

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