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Inbound queues are in "STOP" status in CRM

Hello Experts,

Again I'm struggling and I know you guys will surely help me:)

Below is the scenario:

We have CRM and ECC server. All of the data moves from ECC to CRM. We have made all required RFC connctions and connection testing is +ve.

But data is not moving from ECC to CRM. When I create customer in ECC it is not replicating to CRM. It is going to CRM but is getting hold in inbound queue(smq2) in "STOP" status.

I have checked all RFC connections and tables required. Every thing looks ok.

I found one SAP note 430980 which mentions that the queues are in STOP status when any load object is running in CRM.

But when I checked in R3AM1 no load running,

Can you guys tell me what me be the issue here

Thanks

Kushal

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  • Posted on Oct 22, 2010 at 02:10 PM

    Hello Kushal,

    Can you please ascertain if queues are registered properly in SMQR txn . in CRM?

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    • Former Member kushal jadhav

      Hello kushal,

      I know it's an old topic but could you tell me how have you solved this problem?

      Or does anyone know how could this be approached? I have the same issue - inbound queues in CRM (SMQ2) have status STOP (I cannot unlock them manually). All RFC connections have been created properly.

      Thanks for any help,

      Mark

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