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Compression terminated - RSM743

Hi

Sometimes a compression job of ours cancels with the following message:

<i>Compression terminated since no scheduled job/worklist BI_COMP_DP_INP01 was found

Message no. RSM743

Diagnosis

Many BW staging background jobs transfer their worklist using the database with the job name as the key.

In this case, a job name was used that could not find a worklist in the database.

Procedure

Check in transaction SM37 (job overview),

whether this job is known in the BW administration

whether it was rescheduled

whether the job name for rescheduling in SM37 was manually changed. This is not allowed for most BW processes.</i>

We can't quite figure out why because it normally runs fine and in that retrospect the message seems to make no sense. I have tried searching for the message number without any luck.

Have any of you guys experienced this problem?

Thanks

Karsten Larsen

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    Posted on Mar 01, 2005 at 08:25 AM

    Hi Michael

    We are using an Oracle database.

    I am a bit confused about you asking me to use the RSRV transaction. I have no experience with it but it seems no to concern the database setup, as it is called: "Analysis and Repair of BW Objects".

    Br

    Karsten

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      Hi Karsten,

      I believe that there is also an ABAP Runtime for that termination. Goto ST22 and look for the error. It might bring some more light on this issue...

      Another thing, before, you said that it is working fine, now it wont. What could have change before and now? I bet its the table spaces. Have your <i>BASIS</i> guys check if there are any <b>critical objects/tables spaces</b> that may become FULL. Normally table space <b>PSAPROLL</b> increases and becomes <b>full</b>. Have them adjust this accordingly...

      I hope I have helped, and If I do, please grant points...

      --Jkyle

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    Posted on Feb 28, 2005 at 01:58 PM

    Hello,

    have you created an backgound process on your application server?how many processes are running in parallel then your job was broken?

    kind reg.

    michael

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    Posted on Mar 08, 2005 at 09:21 AM

    Hi

    Thanks for all your answers.

    There were no dumps, and I do not think it is the tablespace issue (usually results in a dump).

    I did however figure out, that the job somehow wasn't connected to the cube. I.e. when I went to the cube compression it looked as though no job was created, even though it was.

    I deleted the job in SM37, and created a new one from cube manage. It ran fine this weekend, so it seems to be fixed for now. However, it also ran fine before...???

    Br

    Karsten

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      Karsten

      Can you please tell me that how did you do this.

      "That the job somehow wasn't connected to the cube. I.e. when I went to the cube compression it looked as though no job was created, even though it was."

      Thanks

      Amit

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