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PI Queues Deletion

Hi Guys,

i have one queue "XBTS0000" with status as "SYSFAIL" ststus text as "XI Error CLIENT_RECEIVE_FAILED.INTERNAL : QUEUE STOPPED". This queue stucked on 9th Dec 2011.

In same Queue on 12th one more message got stucked with status text as " Transaction Recorded ".

Now its showing as "XBTS0000" as status "SYSFAIL" with entries 2.

Here my question i dont want that 2 messages now. can i delete that queue ..? is it possible.. ? if its how ?

Can any one please help me on this.

Thanks,

Siva.

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 11:27 AM

    HI,

    can i delete that queue ..? is it possible.. ? if its how ?

    better to Restart the queue*

    if we want to delete Queue , please go through beloe link:

    .

    thanks,

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 10:05 AM

    Hi,

    can i delete that queue ..? is it possible.. ? if its how ?

    yes we can, but that is not right way. because in development our message sturk in queue you want save the queue.

    please go through below blog,

    http://www.saptechnical.com/Tutorials/XI/XMLMessageQueues/Monitor.htm

    XI Asynchronous Message Processing: Understanding XI Queues -Part I

    XI : How to Re-Process failed XI Messages Automatically

    regards,

    ganesh.

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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 10:37 AM

    Yes, is possible to delete queue.

    You have to go to SMQ2 transaction and then place in the queue that you want to delete and select delect queue (first icon on the left).

    Fabio

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