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Middleware Error related to AGMT_MAST_CRM & CRM_ACCPL_ELEM

Hi Experts,

I got few errors in Production system

1 . BDOC type CRM_ACCPL_ELEM it is in Intermediate State ( I04) I found nothing in Error segment , in the Extended Part i can see the Account plan and details . we are using CRM 5.O and Trade Promotion

2 . BDOC type AGMT_MAST_CRM it is in Intermediate State I( I04 )

It is showing the MSG as

BDoc stored before update task (intermediate state) in the

Queue name feild : SEE_TABLE_SMW3_BDOCQ

Thanks in Advance

Anudeep

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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 05:30 PM

    Hi Anudeep,

    Having BDoc in intermediate State (I04) does necessarily mean you have error. It might be that you have very huge traffic in your middleware and the BDoc are in intermidate mode (not yet fully processed).

    For example you may have a look at the state of queue that contain the BDoc. Here is a list of useful transaction to monitor your BDoc.

    SMQ1 - Outbound queue

    SMQ2 - Inbound queue

    SMQR - qRFC monitor

    SMOHQUEUE - Monitor R&R Queue

    You can also have a look that online help:

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_crm50/helpdata/en/9c/53b90803cb11d4b2d00050da403d6a/frameset.htm

    Hoping this help.

    Sincerely,

    Alain Gauthier

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      Hi Alain

      No queues are pending in inbound / outbound , RR queues are also fine

      But i found that eventhough the BDOC's are in Intermediate stage they generated the agreement no in R/3

      But for some of the agreements the CAMPAIGN ID is not generated

      Any Idea ?

      Thanks in Advance

      Anudeep Paritala

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