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Stop and Resume client deletion

Hi all,

I have a strange requirement here, I am planning to execute client deletion using parallel processing. I will be executing the deletion during weekends Saturday & Sunday. In case, if the deletion still continue on Monday morining, I want to cancel the deletion ( Logically STOP) and resume in next weekend..

Since, client deletion will resume from the point where it stopped, i would like to know the standard procedure of cancelling the deletion job. Does SCC5 or SCC3 provides any option to STOP the active jobs? If not, which is the correct way to stop the active deletion process?

Please share your experience & thoughts on this line.



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    Posted on May 31, 2007 at 04:46 AM

    Hi Vinodh,

    Set a background job for client deletion using transaction SCC5 and stop the active job when you want to....using SM37 >Job >Cancel active job ....At this time the client is almost completely deleted. If you need to, you can restart the deletion. Because the users must have been deleted at this point, log on as user SAP* and use the initial password PASS and continue with client deletion.

    Award points accordingly,



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