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How to suppress automatical processing of failed smq2 LUW

Hi, all.

We are trying to stop the LUW in SMQ2 from getting reprocessed in ECC because there is a problem in the proxy. I have gone through OSS note 813029. Also, I have made the following parameter changes:

- IS_RETRY_LIMIT is 0

- sxmb_restart_messages isn't running

- qrfc_restart_allowed is set to 0

- RSQIWKEX is not running.

However, the LUW still keeps getting rerun. Please advise if you have any idea.

Thanks,

Jonathan.

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  • Posted on Aug 02, 2012 at 04:38 AM

    Hi,

    in most cases these which you've already mentioned are enough - I think you maybe have something non standard running

    can you check the jobs in SM37 on ECC with something like *restart* or check their names in general if you don't have thousands,

    Regards,

    Michal Krawczyk

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    Posted on Aug 03, 2012 at 03:30 AM

    Hi, Arvind.

    We only have the problem on production. MONI in ECC only shows one message and the payload in the message looks normal. However, the data in the payload is duplicated multiple times

    Thanks,

    Jonathan.

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