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Program sending queries to a RFC Queue.

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I have a program that is sending queries to outbound RFC queue ( T/ smq1). How can i know the name of this program and how can i stop the queries?

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2007 at 08:34 AM

    Hi,

    there is a utility pgm that catches a variety of inconsistencies like this.

    Components based on non-existing InfoProviders

    Queries or query components are assigned to the InfoProviders which do not exist anymore in the system. Queries without InfoProvider are not available in Open Dialogs of frontend applications, but can be executed in RSRT. The execution will return the error message 'InfoProvider not found'. The recommended solution is to delete the unnecessary components. Deletion of these queries or query components can be done directly from the list using corresponding procedure similar to RSZDELETE transaction.

    Components based on non-active InfoProviders

    Queries or query components which are assigned to the InfoProviders which do not exist in the system in the active version. Queries without active InfoProvider are not available in Open Dialogs of frontend applications. In case, an affected query is technically consistent, an attempt to execute it in transaction RSRT will return the message 'Activate the XXX InfoCube / InfoProvider again. Message #BRAIN 056'. Quite often this error is combined with other errors like missing GENUNIID in the RSRREPDIR or other inconsistencies. Each case has to be investigated in order to get the current status of this object. If the affected query is useless, it can be deleted from the system using transaction RSZDELETE.

    The check is available only for the query elements in object version 'A' (active).

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