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Block device synchronization based on outboud queue size.

Hi mi guys..

I have a requirement in DOE.

In that i need to restrict (block) the users to sync based on the outbound queues size(Ex: if device outbound queue > 2 mb ).

is there any configuration available in DOE Admin Portal ?

otherwise ,is there any alternative for my requirement?

Regards

lakshman balanagu.

Edited by: lakshman balanagu on Feb 25, 2010 11:41 AM

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2010 at 07:02 AM

    Hi,

    Just trying to understand your requirement..if outbound queue size exceeds a threshold, ideally devices have to sync to get these data..why to block devices from synching.

    We have a configuration for not extracting more data to the device outbound queue if the outbound queue size for a device exceeds a threshold..the idea here is to notify administrator about devices those have not synced for some days for example.

    But nothing to stop devices from synching..

    Regards,

    Liji

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    • Hi Lakshman,

      As an alternative you can use IF_LDQ_MONITOR~GET_QUEUE_DETAILS method from the class CL_LDQ_MONITOR in order to get the exact size of the device outbound queues. You can instantiate the class and invoke the method by passing

      'MMW_APP' as the ldq_app_name and the required device queue name.

      You will get the outbound queue size in the WRITTEN_UNITS_VOL parameter.

      Thanks, Dharani

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