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Urgent - Messages in "To Be delivered" status

Hi Guys,

I read the blogs about the messages in the status to be delvered status and many of them suggested to restart the j2ee server.

In smicm i have 2 options J2EE instance (Local) and J2EE cluster Global which one i need to go for and which option for restsrt ?

soft shutdown with restsrt or hard shutdown with restart or just restart.

any help would be really appreciated

Thanks,

srini

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    Jun 08, 2007 at 01:34 PM

    You can ask your system administrator (BASIS Guys) to take a java restart.

    Regards

    Sushil

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    Jun 08, 2007 at 02:09 PM

    Hi,

    Message to be deliver means that the message is sitting in the queue waiting to be processed.

    In most situations, when this happens and stays there for a long time is because 1st message is the queue is being held up by an error.

    What you can do is in SXI_MONITOR, scroll to the left until you see the queue name. Double-click on the queue name, which will take you to the queue where the message resides. You should see the number of messages in the queue and the status of the 1st message. You can restart the error'd message or delete it (which is not recommended).

    Regards,

    Bill

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      Which version of XI r u using..????

      You can go to RWB for RFC monitoring. There you will get the exave info that why messages got stuck. Also make sure that user id n password given in RFC receiver adapter or RFC destination are correct..

      Regards

      Sushil

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    Jun 08, 2007 at 02:46 PM

    srinivas kapu,

    First thing I would say is that I am relieved with this.. there are other systems which behave as ours

    <b>Before you restart the j2ee engine, just check with the partner or the receiveing party if they received the message or the content of the message correctly.

    Most probably the answer would be YES.

    What we have observed on our system was that the receiver got the message correctly and the problem is with the status not being updated</b>

    Next thing,

    Hard Shut down, is it closes all the connection immediately and restarts it.

    Soft Shut down, (i think) will wait for some time and might take more time

    Using either of them should not differ technically.

    BTW, we have a message opened with SAP reg this issue. When I have some info in this reg, I will share with you.

    reg,

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Srinivas kapu,

      Java Mappings go consume a lot of memory.

      Could u please tell me which oracle, Java versions are you guys on.

      also have a look at the note 1024539 for the settings on the java engine.

      say heap and things like that.

      reg

  • Jun 09, 2007 at 04:50 AM

    Hi,

    Might help

    /people/sap.user72/blog/2005/11/29/xi-how-to-re-process-failed-xi-messages-automatically

    Also what is ur QOS ..

    If it is EOIO make sure that nothing got stucked in the queue.

    Regards

    Agasthuri Doss

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