Multiple RFC queues ?

Dec 23, 2016 at 12:59 PM


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Is it possible to have more than one idoc RFC "queue"?

For instance, if there are 300'000 idocs currently in the RFC queue and
these are steadily processing, but want to have a separate parallel
process for specific iDoc type (eg NEWIDOC). Can it be that NEWIDOC idocs
integrate seperately and these types have its own RFC queue while other
idocs are being processed?

Think of it as a two priority queues, one being the "normal" volume
iDocs, and the other as the critical queue and each of them completely
separate and does not impact each other.

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Isaias Freitas
Dec 26, 2016 at 08:43 PM

Hello Anthony,

From the RFC perspective, the answer is yes. You can have multiple queues if qRFC is used (SMQ1 / SMQ2).

It is up to the application to create the queues as it wants / needs.

However, IDOCs are usually created as tRFCs (transaction SM58).

If that is your case, then there are no queues, actually.



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