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CIF Queue gettign stuck in 'ready' state in APO inbound

Hi Experts,

I am CIFing locations from R/3 to APO.

CIF Queue gettign stuck in 'ready' state in APO inbould.

Once I activate it manually (F6), it gets processed immediately.

What could be the reason for it? Am I missing any seting?

Thanks,

Vipul

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    Posted on Feb 11, 2010 at 05:07 AM

    Hi Vipul,

    Make sure you have done queue registration in ECC in SMQR-if queue type is inbound and SMQS-if it is outbound.

    Tcode SMQR

    standarad parameters are- queue name CF*

    Exemode-D-dialog, B-batch

    Maxtime-60sec

    User dest-RFC destination with logon data

    NRETRY-30

    Rdelay-300

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Santosh

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    Posted on Feb 11, 2010 at 09:56 AM

    Hi Vipul,

    Please check the following

    1) Are you using RIMODINI or CFM1 for initial transfer?

    2) Check the filter size and selection block size in R/3 customisation

    for initial data transfer

    3) Check application logs

    4) Check the performance of livecache using basis team

    5) Check whether the location master data is maintained in

    all respects

    6) Check is there any previously struck queues/errors which

    are unatteneded before starting ciffing the locations?

    Regards

    R. Senthil Mareeswaran

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    Posted on Feb 15, 2010 at 04:10 PM

    Hi,

    I did SMQR settings in APO and my problem has been resolved.

    Thanks,

    Vipul

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