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deactivate switch procedure

Hi , Can you pls let me know how to deactivate switch procedure for deleting xml messages.

Not clear with the following information in sap help:

"You can only deactivate the switch procedure when the original tables are active and the counter for the number of deleted records in the original tables is at zero. If this is not the case at the time of configuration, this is noted by the system and the switch procedure is deactivated the next time that table entries are copied from the table copies to the original table.

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 10:33 AM

    Hi Rajesh,

    In your XI system,

    Go to TC SXMB_ADM -->Configure Delete Procedure.

    Here, you can activate/desactivate switch procedure.

    If you want to see more information about this, click on Information Button.

    Regards,

    Carlos

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      Hi rajesh,

      I don't know exactly when it will happen.

      I imagine the next time that table entries are copied from the table copies to the original table.

      ...You can only deactivate the switch procedure when the original tables are active and the counter for the number of deleted records in the original tables is at zero. If this is not the case at the time of configuration, this is noted by the system and the switch procedure is deactivated the next time that table entries are copied from the table copies to the original table...

      Regards,

      Carlos

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