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CRM Queues (Inbound & Outbound)

Hello all,

We have issue with the Inbound and Outbound Queues. When ever we are executing an Initial Download for any Object, from ECC --> CRM system. as per our knowledge it should display in SMQ2, but the Queue is displaying in SMQ1.

could anyone please help us in this regard.

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2011 at 11:19 AM

    Hello,

    When you execute an initial load from CRM for (ECC->CRM download) a queue would be created in

    SMQ1 of CRM like R3AI_<objectname>.

    ANd then once the guids are extracted and data packaged, you'd see an entry in SMQ1 of ECC.

    And lastly the same queue from SMQ1 of ECC would be sent to SMQ2 of CRM.

    Regards,

    Rohit

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      Hello,

      In addition to Rohit's reply,

      An entry would be stopped in Inbound or Outbound queue that is either in SMQ1 and SMQ2, only when queue (in case of initial load, it would be R3AI*) has been de-registered in transaction SMQR or if any dump/error occurs.

      You can check whether any queue like R3AI* is de-registered in transaction SMQR or any SYSFAIL queue entry exists in

      SMQ1. If yes, then there might be a dump in ST22 as well.

      Hope this helps!

      Thanks and Best Regards,

      Shanthala Kudva.

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2012 at 05:08 AM

    Hi Experts,

    Good day!

    I came across SYSFAIL queue errors in SAP CRM Outbound (SMQ1) with the specific message: "Overflow when converting from 32768", and searched for SAP OSS notes, but found none applicable to the system and application.

    Thanks in advance.

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