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CUA monitoring - How to know when the child system was disconnected ?

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Question 1: There is a report that show who and when disconnected a child system from CUA ?

Question 2: When child system is disconnected from CUA, what happens to user changes made while CUA is disconnected? There is any kind of synchronisation when connected back to CUA ?

Thank you very much in advance,

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  • Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 09:23 PM

    Hi

    I'm not quite sure what you mean with disconnected, but you should check SCUA, if you get a read light in here you have lost the connection,

    In the Log SCUL, you can see all entries that has or hasn't been distributed, and from in here you should/could distribute the all missed documents again.

    Another place to check for undistributed changes are in BD87 in the child systems. Depending of your setup you can end up in a situation where some of you changes get stuck here. From within BD87 you process the IDOC's again.

    And of course, if your child system has been disconnected for a longer period of time, I would delete it from the CUA, and reassign it again in order to make sure that locally changes are kept and reflected in the central system.

    Regards

    Morten Nielsen

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 10:57 AM

    losing the connection between CUA-master and children means losing RFC-connections between systems. your basis people will (if they are any good) already monitor this in either CCMS, SOLMan or 3rd party tools. have them inform you in case that happens.

    BD87 is nice but in case you have several (dozen) child-systems not really an option. i don't know who is doing jobs like ALE-setup and IDOC monitoring configuration in your company but have them configure workflow for IDOCs in general (WE40) and make sure you either maintain a global IDOC-Admin (tx. OYEA) or maintain the ones for type USERCLONE (WE20) or -if attaching the logging of erreanous IDOCs to a workflow) SWDC. setup a e-mail connection between your SAP-systems and your e-mail system and you will be notified via e-mail, if the IDOCs fail.

    after a longer period of a disconnect IDOCs of type USERCLONE will be restarted automatically if you setup your partners accordingly (WE20). in case of a disconnect the IDOCs will remain in the source system in the outbound basket and will not be processed. so you are not losing any!!!

    Edited by: Mylene Euridice Dorias on Dec 22, 2008 11:57 AM

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