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message processing time too late in integration engine (sxmb_moni)

Hi Experts,

my user sent 50 messages to sap pi.

40 messages are processed successfully with in 5 minitus .but ramaining 10 messages were processed too late.

10 messages taken 1hour 45 minitus of time .

why 10 messages taken too long time for processing?

what would be the reason for late processing of message?

Thanks in advance for your inputs please



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  • Posted on Jun 07, 2012 at 10:48 AM

    Hi Srinivas,

    Review your queues configuration in SMQR and SMQS (search SDN for some guidelines on how to do this, if required). Most probably your input messages were scheduled in different queues, some of which were processed faster than the others. Maybe even for those ten messages that were processed so late, some other message was blocking the queue for so long.



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  • Posted on Jun 07, 2012 at 01:33 PM

    >my user sent 50 messages to sap pi.

    Are those messages from the same interface or different or they async or sync? The problem might be due to one or some earlier messages might have blocked the queue that cause later messages to stay in the queue for processing. Basically messages might have got stucked in the queue. This is pretty common use. We need to find the cause of this issue.Sometime the earlier could have blocked due to data issue or high volume message size and so... My recommendation is to study the pattern of each interface messages and if you think some messages required more time for processing then assign those interfaces in a specified queue. if you have similar size volume messages, you might also want to try doing message packaging configuration and see whether that helps.

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