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NOSEND in SMQ1

Hello All,

In source system the SMQ1 shows huge number of entries for Queues like MCEX02, 03, 11 and 12. The total number of records in ARFCSSTATE is reaallly huge.

The destination for these queues is "NONE". What does this mean?

The Status of these queues is NOSEND. I tried to check many threads, but no one mentions how can we get rid of these records.

How can I make sure that I am not disturbing any READY/RECORDED queues?

Regards,

NIKEKAB

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    Posted on Apr 04, 2014 at 08:20 PM

    All,

    This simply implies that there is data in the delta queue & needs to be flushed out.

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    Ever wondered, why we still see the LUW entries in RSA7 even after the successful Delta Load in BW.

    Or it takes Two Delta loads to make LUW entries in "0" in RSA7.

    You can blame NOSEND status of "Queue Name" in SMQ1 for that. Once you repeat the Delta load, the Delta Queue from SMQ1 goes away until new transaction is recorded.

    Cheers,

    Deepak

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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2011 at 01:23 PM

    Hi,

    The destination for these queues is "NONE". What does this mean?

    MCEX02 means if the User posts any data entries in this Application, these entries will come to MCEX02, as you can see in SMQ1/LBWQ.

    After you run the V3 job, the the entries in LBWQ will be moving to RSA7 as LUWs.

    Check this link for better understanding:----


    http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/index?rid=/library/uuid/90fddfcd-a956-2d10-19be-8f7bdd699a05

    Regards,

    Suman

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      378903 - Queue status in SMQ1, SMQ2 and table ARFCRSTATE

      1597364 - FAQ: BW-BCT: Extraction performance in source system. See point 3

      375566 - Large number of entries in tRFC and qRFC tables

      706478 - Preventing Basis tables from increasing considerably

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