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BPM Performance

Hi,

We have an File to Idoc scenario with the BPM.

function of BPM

File received>generates one Idoc type1>30 minutes wait-->generates other Idoc type2

But the Idoc types 1 & 2 reached the R3 server with 1 minute difference.

What could be the reason?

I checked the logs in sxmb_moni but it showed a 30 minutes difference between the triggers of Idocs.This we face in production.

Have anyone faced such kind of scenarios?

Regards,

Malini

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  • Posted on Feb 10, 2010 at 01:04 PM

    Hi,

    >>>File received >generates one Idoc type1 >30 minutes wait-->generates other Idoc type2

    >>>But the Idoc types 1 & 2 reached the R3 server with 1 minute difference.

    why a BPM for that? 😔

    send both to ERP without any BPM and then schedule report to process idocs twices (the second one 30 mins after the first one)

    Regards,

    Michal Krawczyk

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      Hi Michael,

      Thanks for your reply..

      This has been designed in 2005 by some of my sceniors..we are going to rework on it..But as the issue is in production server we have to respond with appropriate reasons for this.

      Is this a problem with XI or the ERP server?

      What could be the reasons for this?

      Regards,

      Malini

  • Posted on Feb 10, 2010 at 01:12 PM

    Hi Malini,

    apparently the wait step is not fitting the requirements. A better solution is to request an acknowledgement (very easy: can be configured in the send step) for the first IDoc. The second will not be sent before the first was confirmed by an ALEAUD.

    Regards,

    Udo

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