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Aborting a system measurement (rollback) in USMM

Good evening

It appears a partial system measurement under transaction USMM was performed (the status reads Data Not Sent To SAP) last February, likely as an accident when the last user classification was being performed.

We are now in May and would like to "roll back" (erase) that data and redo the measurement (the data is invalid anyways since it is in February). Is there a way to reset the status so a new measurement process can be started from the beginning? I found an OSS Note called "Note 1150840 - System measurement: Unlocking the USMM" that could help if you want to perform a new measurement but I would prefer any other solution to erase the last system measurement.

Kind Regards


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    Posted on Mar 18, 2014 at 10:49 AM

    Just a quick note for everybody who's facing the same issue:

    Using command "%UNLOCK" in the command field (as mentioned in note 1150840) works even though you cannot implement note 1150840 itself (e.g. if your SAP_BASIS release is greater than 700).

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  • Posted on May 15, 2009 at 08:05 AM

    What's stopping you from running an new measurement?... if the date for February was not complete or its obsolete then simply run a new measurement and submit.... Or the problem that you had is preventing you from running a new measurement?...



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      In case someone has a similar problem:

      I had the same in my SAP system. One measurement job was planned but not executed and I couldnot start a new measurement because of the error message "1 measurement job(s) is/are not yet started or still running" (message code BV133). Instead of applying the note 441940, I selected the planned jobs (RSUVM007 and RSUVM008) via sm37 and released them. When the jobs were finished, USMM could be started again.

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