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Running beyond time. : Transfer (IDocs and TRFC): Missing messages

Dear Experts,

I have a problem while loading Hierarchies. those are running beyond time even for the less no of records it is taking much time for ex fro 19 records also it is taking 50-60 mins. and the error is like 'Transfer (IDocs and TRFC): Missing messages' could any one help me what to do for thes type of errors even i am getting the same error for the so many master data jobs.

Thanks & Regards,

Naga

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 10:43 AM

    Hi Naga

    1) Check the job log...for ur JOB and goto the SM50 and see that for ur work process u r able to see that it is taking records are not...

    2) In the menu ->environment->trasfer RFC-> in source system and datawarehouse ... click on these two options

    if u find any entries there right click and execute the LUWs manually...

    hope it helsp

    regards

    CK

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      Hi CK,

      Thank you for ur reply but i checked in SM50 there is an workprocess for my job and even in tried int RFC also but no LUWs are there. even in the source system or Data Ware house.

      Thanks

      Naga

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 11:13 AM

    It is not solved

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      hello naga,

      as per the missing message will come when the data have any unstableness in the target system.

      1.check once the Idoc is released r not in the BD87

      2.if the data is reached to PSA the selected the datapacket and right click and load manually ( before loading it should be in red)

      Regards

      SAP

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