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Error with BDC_CLOSE

Hi,

we have currently a nightly dump during the HR-PT-Run (RPTIME00).

Via the inlcude RPTMOZ00 we are generating several Batch-Inputs.

This works pretty well normally.

But since a couple of days we are getting a dump during the moment BDC_CLOSE_GROUP is called.

I analysed the Sys-Log:

04:33:38 BTC 000 100 ZTEBATCH D1 2 Fehler beim Erstellen der Batchinput Mappe ZPPB-Z1006

04:33:38 BTC 000 100 ZTEBATCH D1 4 > Queue-Id: 07112603121716158105

04:33:38 BTC 000 100 ZTEBATCH D1 7 > Queue-Fehler, Funktion: qclose RC: 2 SQL-RC: 0

04:33:38 BTC 000 100 ZTEBATCH D0 1 Transaktions-Abbruch 00 332 ( BDC_CLOSE_GROUP )

It seems that a Batch-Input is opened during BDC_OPEN (1 entry in table APQI), data is inserted via BDC_INSERT (several entries in table APQD ), and at the moment BDC_CLOSE the Queue-ID doesn't exist any more.

Might be a rollback, as explained in SAP-note 314263. But I don't have a clue where (we do Batch-Input, and no direct updates).

After the dump, we dont have any entries for the queue-ID in tables APQL and APQI , but still there a entries with the queue-Id in APQD.

And another thing: after every BDC_INSERT, the system is putting up the Transaction counter (field TRANS), which is normal. For the dump-batch, the transaction-counter is always starting with 2 instaed of 1.

Kind regrads

Maik

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 09:57 AM

    System-Rollback after collision in IT2006 during BDC_OPEN and BDC_CLOSE.

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