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Odd behaviour on ECC proxy execution

Hi, all.

We have an soap to proxy interface running on PI 7.3 and ECC 6.0. The proxy is creating PM notifications. After the proxy has finished processing, we are getting a lot of duplicate records. So we ran a debug against the proxy by setting a breakpoint and restart the message in MONI. What we found is that the debug session will process some lines in the message and then hangs for 10 minutes. Then a new debug session will spawn on the sapgui and the message is processed from the beginning. I believe that is what is causing the problem

Now the issue is that why does the debug session "hangs" and under what condition does the second debug screen pops up. Please advise if you have any idea?

Thanks,

Jonathan.

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  • Posted on Jul 31, 2012 at 08:18 PM

    >Now the issue is that why does the debug session "hangs" and under what condition does the second debug screen pops up. Please advise if you have any idea?

    Just a thought. When you debug if your logic does any lookup and if that value is invalid and does not exist in a table or so then pop up window stays and does not proceed further on the execution. This is my few cents.

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    Posted on Jul 31, 2012 at 08:55 PM

    Hi, Baskar.

    Thanks for your input. We are planning to try another debug session pending business approval as the problem only happens in production. For the duplication debug session, I saw that there is a parameter called rdisp/max_debug_lazy_time that resets the debug session in 10 minutes(default). I guess that is causing the duplicate debug session as the MONI tries to relaunch the debug session after the timeout. However, we still need to understand why the proxy hangs.

    Thanks,

    Jonathan.

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