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standard jobs:how to change class

Hi,

I have configured 5 bgd process of which 2 class A.

now 3 bgd got occupied.only those 2 class A bgd are there.

then wen we are doing some process (say for eg stms..),..say that process require bgd process..whether that process occupy this class A.beacuse i heared that all std jobs are class B AND CLASS C.

wen we are creating bgd jobs then it is fine i can change to class A so that that job will occupy those class A which i have configured.

but automatic bgd jobs(usually it will be of class B and class c) are created wen we doing sum process.

at that time how to make use of this class A with the automatic jobs created.

Any t code or program to change the std jobs to class A(that i have to change wen it got automatically created not while doing manual process).

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  • Posted on Sep 27, 2008 at 05:58 AM

    Hi Rajesh kumar,

    Yes! you can change the class of standard job go to SM37 give the job name you want to change, change the date range before one year and above one year (Ex current date is 27-09-2008 put from as 27-09-2008 to 27-09-2009) you will find job in release status select the job now form menu Job select change option here you are you can change it to as you wish....

    Regards,

    S.Manu.

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2008 at 06:14 AM

    thanks manu,

    thanks for telling how to change..u are telling how to change wen we creating manual job...assume wen we doing sum process at that time bgd process created .we do know what bgd job created for which process.so whether at that time that bgd job will occupy class A.all std jobs are class B and class C.so wen std jobs are created while doing sum process,it will look for class B and class C..it wont be availbale as already said it got filled.so at that time,how to make use of that std jobs with class A.

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    • Hi Rajesh kumar,

      If you observe every time your system behaves as you said go with the operation moeds, i mean alter/define operation modes for optimization of the resource. Other wise define a operation mode and switch dynamically as you wish with out assigning timings....

      Regards,

      S.Manu.

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2008 at 06:14 AM

    Hi Rajesh,

    The class of job RDDIMPDP that is related to transport can be changed by running program RDDNEWPP and select the class high priority.The job will run as class A latter you can change it to classs C by running the program RDDNEWPP again in se38 and select the option normal.

    For other jobs i think you have to manually change it to CLASS A.select the job in sm37->change and there you can change your class.

    As of now there is no program that is applicable for jobs other than RDDIMPDP no t-code also. fi you want to automate the process then do your own coding that will change the job class.

    Regards

    Ashok

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2008 at 06:42 AM

    Hi,

    thanks all for replying.

    ashok dalai ur explanation is good.

    hw did u tell that stms require rddimpdp and rddnewpp..like that i want for other process also.

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 08:45 AM

    good

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