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How to configure BACKGROUND execution

How and where do I configure the execution of function calls like: CALL FUNCTION IN BACKGROUND TASK

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Hannes

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2004 at 10:20 AM

    I'm not sure what you're asking? There is no configuration to be done for transactional RFC within the same SAP system.

    CALL FUNCTION 'abc' IN BACKGROUND TASK ...

    CALL FUNCTION 'xyz' IN BACKGROUND TASK ...

    COMMIT WORK.

    There are various service functions you can call to learn the status of the background processing, such as ID_OF_BACKGROUNDTASK and STATUS_OF_BACKGROUNDTASK. These can be found in function group ARFC.

    There is configuration available on an RFC destination for asynchronous RFC (CALL FUNCTION ... STARTING NEW TASK), such as how often to retry if there are connection failures. But this doesn't seem to be your question.

    Scott

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2004 at 05:01 PM

    What I am trying to do is to execute

    in function group "IWWO" the RFC: IWWO_SERVORDER_CONFIRM

    on an IDES System.

    When debugging this RFC with correct input parameters (for a time confirmation) everything works out fine except that no time confirmation is added to the system.

    Therefore I asked how to debug or check the execution of BACKGROUND function calls.

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