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Manage Queues

Hi all,

What is the purpose of manage Queues and why we have to register the queues. Can any one explain me to understand.

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Anil

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2007 at 11:24 AM
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    Posted on Aug 22, 2007 at 11:26 AM
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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2007 at 11:26 AM

    Hi Anil,

    here you can check if your message got stuck inside inbound (SMQ2) and outbound queue(SMQ1). If there is any error you can either restart or cancal LUW(logical unit of work).

    Refer this Document...

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/0b4580be-0601-0010-d3ad-bd6ce51ae916

    helps you..

    regards,

    vasanth.

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2007 at 11:26 AM

    Plz go through

    1)By Using SMQR transaction we can set the queues in register status for data flow to the diffent clints.And also some times the queus will in Unregister status that means,huge no.of queue entries are stuck and data flow is not possible,By this time we will Register the queues using REGISTRATION tab.

    2) By using SMOHQUEUE Transaction We can monitor the Replication and Realignment queues.This is for Mobile clints only and the Status of Queue Demon is always should be Running status.And Ensure that the number of queue entries is Decreasing.

    also .....

    We register the queues using SMQR so as to enable the smooth flow of data exchange among CRM and the connected systems. The queue entries will automatically be executed without any manual intervention.

    Just deregister a queue and you will see the queue entries for that queue will be there in the respective queues(SMQ1 and SMQ2 transactions). The entries will not be processed until you manually execute the queue entries.

    Registering queues will avoid this manual intervention.

    You can use the following transactions for monitoring the queues:

    · SMQ1 – qRFC Monitor for the outbound queue You can use this to monitor the status of the LUWs in the outbound queue.

    · SMQ2 – qRFC Monitor for the inbound queue. You can use this to monitor the status of the LUWs in the inbound queue.

    · SMQS – You can use the Outbound Queue Scheduler to register, deregister, and exclude destinations.

    · SMQR – You can use the Inbound Queue Scheduler to register and deregister queues

    Reward points if usefull......

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