During times of peak load you notice the following:
- In the ALE layer outbound Idocs are delayed in status 30 (delays transferring the outbound Idoc from the ALE layer to the RFC layer). For example you see something like:
- When these Idocs are finally passed to the RFC layer (status 03) there are again delays transferring them onto their final RFC destination.
- You notice that the max. connection setting for the used outbound RFC destination in SMQS is not being fully utilized - for example you have registered the destination with a max. connection setting of 5 but you only ever see 2 active connections for this destination in SMQS (despite the fact that there is a backlog of requests for this destination waiting to be processed).
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KBA , BC-MID-ALE , Integration Technology ALE , BC-MID-RFC , RFC , BC-CST-GW , Gateway/CPIC , How To
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