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BI_RSBM_ERRORLOG_DELETE

Hello team ,

We have jobs running every 1 hr in BW every day with job name BI_RSBM_ERRORLOG_DELETE . I want to stop this job but can not find where this job is triggering. Tried in SM37 to find any scheduled. released jobs but can not find this job under schduled or released jobs . Tried to stop this job but still running on next day .

Where and how this job is running ?

Please help.

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  • Posted on Dec 20, 2016 at 09:10 AM

    maybe it's part of the archiving? check tc SARA.

    M.

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2016 at 09:36 AM

    Hi Mario,

    Thanks for your response. Had a closer look last night on this job. It seems this job is triggering automatically when we delete data in data targets . We have few cubes/dso s drop and reload every night . As soon as we drop the data , this job is triggered automatically. As we have around 10 data targets ,delete and reload completely we have multiple jobs taking around 2 hours with this job name . Not sure whether this is a feature in BW7.4 . I have not noticed this job when we were in BI 7.0 .We are now on BW 7.4 since Jun 2016 .

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