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DSO Activation Issue

Hi All

As iam activating standard DSO's , It is

throwing me this ERROR:

<b>"Resource error. No batch process available. Process terminated"</b>

Would any one please let me know what is the solution and why

it is happening.

Regards

GK

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 01:54 PM

    with nw2004s there is some thing called BTC processes and would like to shed some light on that first.

    With the new job processing concept, many processes are running as background <b>(BTC)</b> processes - as opposed to the preceding BI releases. <b>Some examples: -</b>

    (Parallel) Change run processes always run as BTC process

    (DataStore object activation runs as BTC process per default, but can be set back to dialog (DIA)

    (New DTP processes runs as BTC process

    Make sure the system parameters are set accordingly

    so either increase your BGD processes or execute in DIA process which are always available in plenty.

    goto transaction RSODSO_SETTINGS

    For particular ODS

    1)DS-Activation

    2)DS-Sid generation

    select" parallel generators "option

    Number of processes = 1

    Try to tweak these settings as per your system processes availble.Also try changing from background to Dialog processing.

    If you are able to solve this issue for single ODS then you might want to make this chamge globally for all ODS.

    Below are the steps to achieve the same -

    RSA1 >Administration >Current Settings >Batch Manager >Settings for Parallel Processing-->select " ODS Activation"

    Parameter Settings--> here you can set the same settings as I mentioned before.

    Hope it Helps

    Chetan

    @CP..

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