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Data of Outbound Queue never arrives the client

Hi all,<br>

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I am developing a mobile application for handhelds for MI7.1. I have created several data objects by importing the related BAPI wrapper, the distribution models are also generated and active. I have set up a mobile device with the application and registered the device on NWA. Data are transfered from backend to DOE by the related instance push functions.On DOE, I have maintained that the outbound will be refreshed synchronously.<br>

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Now the phenomena: the pending extracts are filled as soon as data are pushed from the backend. When synchronizing the client, data are transfered to the outbound queue as required. On the client, one data object doesn't arrive in the database, all others are transfered completely. The one missing data object has an active bulk rule which is also assigned to my device on DOE. Because I have no other idea, I have regenerated the data object on DOE again, also the related distribution model and the bulk rule. Moreover, I have refreshed the data objects in NWDS, redeployed the application and installed it on the mobile client. But the phenomena can still be observed.<br>

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My question is: has anybody an idea hot I can solve this problem? I am looking into this subject for more than a day now, but I couldn't find a solution for this.<br>

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Best regards,<br>

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Christoph

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2010 at 09:49 AM

    Hi Christoph,

    I need some clarification's

    1. Missing Data object having the data in CDS?

    no, enter data in the back end and call your instance push.

    yes,-->2.

    2. Are you getting the missing data object up to pending extract?

    no. deactivate and active the rule once.

    yes.--->3

    3. Check whether Refresh Queue for the missing Data object is configured.

    4. If your done the all above steps already. I think it's problem with the client.

    5. Reset the client. and do from scratch.

    6. still your facing the problem. uninstall the client s/w and install it.

    i think it's help to you.

    Regards,

    lakshman balanagu.

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      Hi Oliver!<br>

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      I have resolved the problem. When regenerating the DO on middleware system, I made a mistake in naming it (forgot an 'i'). When trying to reimport the model in NWDS, there was no error message that the original DO isn't existing anymore so I thought that everything is OK. After importing the new DO and following the steps you described, data are coming to the client.<br>

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      Thanks to all for your suggestions!<br>

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      Best regards,<br>

      <br>

      Christoph

  • Posted on Feb 02, 2010 at 09:52 AM

    Hi Christoph,

    I need some clarification's

    1. Missing Data object having the data in CDS?

    no, enter data in the back end and call your instance push.

    yes,-->2.

    2. Are you getting the missing data object up to pending extract?

    no. deactivate and active the rule once.

    yes.--->3

    3. Check whether Refresh Queue for the missing Data object is configured.

    4. If your done the all above steps already. I think it's problem with the client.

    5. Reset the client. and do from scratch.

    6. still your facing the problem. uninstall the client s/w and install it.

    and do from scratch(redeploy,register,initial sycn etc..)

    i think it's help to you.

    Regards,

    lakshman balanagu.

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