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MI 7.0 - MAM SyncBO suddenly becomes in error state

Hi Experts,

We have a live system on MI 7.0, SP16, MAM 3.0 and 300 users. Suddenly, one of the SyncBOs (MAM30_010) became in an error state (red traffic light in MEREP_PD). After this, all messages were stucked in I-Waiting (MEREP_MON).

The quick solution was to re-import (upload) the MAM30_010 SyncBO again, generate it, enable it, and trigger handler for all waiting entries.

But I would like to ask if somebody has an idea where to look for the root cause and what could trigger such sudden error on the SyncBO?

Thanks in advance!

Denis

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2012 at 10:15 AM

    It appeared that there is a BAPI Wrapper inconsistency with the middleware metadata and it seems it was working like this for 1.5 years. But someone or something triggered a inconsistency check, which resulted in an error of the MAM30_010 SyncBO.

    Now, I am trying to find how did check was triggered. It can be triggered through MEREP_SBUILDER and also the report is MEREP_CONS_CHECK, as far as I understood. Currently I am looking for logs in ST03... is there a better way to find trace on this consistency check?

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