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How to delete messages scheduled in outbound side BPM

Hi Experts,

We have issue, where in we are facing huge amount of messages which are stuck up from past three years in production, We have messages which are in scheduled and error status in outbound side of BPM. We have parked these messages in SMq3 and subsequently we have deleted them. We need delete these messages from outbound side of BPM.

We are aware of SWWL transaction and

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  • Posted on Jun 14, 2012 at 07:31 PM

    Hello,

    The messages are probably in status 029, right?

    Check the following SAP Note:

    #1042379 - BPE-HT: Deleting messages that are no longer used

    I'm sure it'll be useful.

    Kind regards,

    Caio Cagnani

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      Hi Caio? Experts,

      We have tested in development system with SWWL transaction code. and TYPE - F ( Workflowalso subworkflow ) and STATUS is STARTED with time. Is it right procedure to delete

      all the messages scheduled on outbound side..?

      If yes we can do in production system..Can anyone suggest to do production with above procedure..?.....Otherwise suggest me another way..

      And How to find message status ..like 29 or something..

  • Posted on Jun 14, 2012 at 03:26 PM

    Why are keeping 3 years old schedule messages on PI server, if the messages in SMQ3 first delete them from queue after that cancell those messages .

    Once above process done take help basis to delete failed/cacel messages , they will run deletion job.

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