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Program for Background restart of a DTP request from point of failure


A failed DTP request can be restarted from the point of failure by re-executing the DTP and selecting the repair option or using the menu option: post manually. In either case, it is a dialog process that times out based on the dialog timeout. Is there a program that can be used to restart the failed DTP request from the point of failure in the background?

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  • Posted on May 04, 2011 at 07:35 AM


    I think, no. You can write your own ABAP.

    Why do you get a timeout? Usually the processes are running in background. When you have problems with the running time - make sure, that the process run in background.


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  • Posted on May 04, 2011 at 01:09 PM

    When you restart a stalled DTP package it runs in dialog and is subject to the dialog timeout. There is no option to run it in the background that I am aware of.

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    • Hi,

      oh, sorry. Now I understand. You want to restart a dtp and this get a time out.

      => I understood: you want to restart the dtp with a batch program automaticly, because the dtp stops sometimes.

      Why you can't restart a dtp? This isn't normally.

      => was do see in SM50, witch table is reading?

      => check your database.

      => how many data do you have already updated in your datatarget? Does the deleting of the red requests this long time.

      => delete the request from your data target manually? Is this the first request => use "delete data" in the context menu of your data target.


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