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CSA Queues

Hie Guys,

Can someone Kindly explain me the use of CSA queues?

thanks and regards,

Marry.

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  • Oct 12, 2011 at 03:56 AM

    Hello Marry,

    A CSA queue is generated each time a change is made in a business partner or order(and can also originate from other changes as well) in CRM Online - this is the case whether CRM is standalone or connected to R/3 backend or mobile scenario. CSA_ORDER_******* is a queue (a CSA Internal CRM queue) that is automatically generated every time you make a change to any object in the CRM system....So, if you make a change to e Business Partner in CRM the CRM system automatically generates a CSA_BUPA_**** queue (an internal CSA queue) to update the CRM system.....The internal CSA queues are used to update the CRM system, change order status & start some service on the CRM system... They can not, under no circumtances be stoped from occurring or generating as the are integral to the system....Even on a stand alone CRM system both CSA* queues & mBocs are created. Here is why. When a change is made to a Business Partner for exaple in CRM the system still needs to validate the data that has been changed against the CRM Online Database using the "CRM Adapter" which is the validation service that validates the changed data against the DataBase to make sure the info is correct & valid.

    Regards,

    Rohit

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    • Former Member Rohit Sharma

      Not clear rohit...thanks for time.. + we don't have out bound CSA Queues. only R3*queues.

      I still failed to understand why we need CSA Queues and why they need another validation when already application making a validation during creation or changing.

      Can someone explain me please?

      Regards,

      Marry.