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Deletion of Outbound Queue in R/3

Hi,

I need to clean the Outbound queue in R/3 system.

Before doing that I have a few doubts.

The outbound queue which i am trying to clean is Inventory queue (2LIS_03_BF AND 2LIS_03_UM) as its not being used anymore for loading purpose.

In the BW side the data has been already compressed for historicl records and now data through other datasources is being loaded regularly.

So , will deleting the records from unused outbound queue and deleting init for the respective datasources cause any issues to the further daily delta loads?

Thanks.

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 06:09 AM

    Hi Neeraj,

    As mentioned by you the datasources 2LIS_03_BF and 2LIS_03_UM are not in use, so you can safely delete the outbound queue for these datasources.

    Yes, you can also delete the Init for these data sources without any issue if you are not using these datasources now. It will not have any affect on the data loads to the data targets from other datasources.

    Regards,

    Hemant Khemani

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 10:44 PM

    If you are not using these two extractors. You can safely delete the outbound queues.

    I suggest you just delete the INIT first and then automatically the rsa7 entries will vanish and i guess the outbound queue might also go with it.

    Careful, dont delete if you are using this data in any manner otherwise you will have to doa fresh load.

    Please do check if in future you might require this data and see the business scenario as well.

    Please do close the thread if that answers your questions. Please help us keep the forums clean and open useful information only.

    Regards.

    Den

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