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why do we have 2 steps in BDC

ie, creating a session and

processing the session?? what is the use of retaining these processed sessions? Can we set the time in the background processing in the call transaction method?

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    Posted on Aug 18, 2007 at 06:47 AM

    You can keep the session for reuse or reference or any knid of checking in the future. though it's not mandatory, its advisable to keep the session. once the session is created it can be processed any time you like. you can schedule the processing of session in the background. So are two steps- creation and processing. I don't think its possible for call transaction in background.

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    srinivas

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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2007 at 06:52 AM

    As these names implies...SESSION: means u can process it when u want.

    but for the call transaction background processing is not possible..in the call transaction syntax u have to give the MODE ,UPDATE etc whatever u want..

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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2007 at 07:08 AM

    Hi..

    Session Methods uses Two Steps for Data migration.

    1. Generating Session: Where are the Transactions are inserted to into a Session which stored in file called QUEUE in the Application Server

    2. Processing Session : When the Session is processed All the Transactions are Called sequentially and the Data is Updated in R/3 Database.

    Bcoz of Dividing the Entire process in 2 steps we can utilize the Resources effectively(i.e Database, Network etc). So this method is suitable for Bulk data.

    In call Transaction method also we can Schedule the Processing in Given Time using SM36.

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