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Process Chain - Processing overdue

can any one tell me <b>when do i get</b> this error in a process chain object.. n also what do i need to do to correct this error.. we have started it manually ..

ERROR MESSAGE is as follows on an object :-

Non-updated Idocs found in Business Information Warehouse

Diagnosis

IDocs were found in the ALE inbox for Business Information Warehouse that are not updated. Processing is overdue.

Error correction:

Attempt to process the IDocs manually. You can process the IDocs manually using the Wizard or by selecting the IDocs with incorrect status and processing them manually.

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2004 at 12:53 PM

    Did you search for short dumps in the ST22? Or check the system log SM21. If they are ok you might want to check for cancelled jobs that occured.

    Best regards

    Dirk

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2004 at 07:49 PM

    I get this same message not daily but on a regular basis with my process chains as well. I can run them manually when I get in the next morning without any problem. There is no system dump or message on the system log on the BW or OLTP system. I was wondering if the job on the OLTP system has to wait in the background queue because none are available for instant processing and before one of the background processes frees up, the wait time for processing has expired so a message is sent back to BW? I have looked at the OLTP system at other batch jobs that were running at about the same time to see if this might be the case but I can't prove or disprove my theory.

    I'm interested in what the answer may be as well.

    Thanks,

    Diane Merrill

    ORNL UT-Battelle

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    • Former Member

      HI,

      following could be done to avoid this.

      1) Increase the background processes i the bw system.

      2) Prioratize the chain with class job A by going to sm37.

      3) try the data loads when the system load is low.

      4) same withe r/3 system too. if the r/3 systems processors are busy it leads to time out errors.

      Hope it helps.

      sampath

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