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Release 4.0 was the starting release for the new object based monitoring architecture and the first applications based on it, such as the alert monitor 4.x. Although extensive functionality was included, there were still some weak points. These are being enhanced constantly by SAP. With release 4.5, the alert monitor includes dynamic selection and updating of the monitoring functionality, which means that now system managers who define their own monitors can make their selections based on rules instead of on static MTEs. For instance, they can choose to display all swap space used in all monitored systems, and R/3 will select the corresponding elements matching the selection. With the EnjoySAP release (4.6), when the alert monitor is started the system displays the user's own monitors automatically. Also included are monitor templates, a higher collection of monitoring objects, and an easier process for defining analysis tools.
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The SAP R/3 system includes functions that allow users to work noninteractively, or offline. These functions are handled by the background processing system. Users normally work interactively with the R/3 system. Interactively means they are working online, they input data into the application screens, and the system responds. The interactive service is provided to the users through the dialog work processes. There is, however, the option of working noninteractively, or offline. Noninteractively means that instead of executing programs and waiting for an answer, users can submit those programs for execution at a more convenient, planned time. This type of work is performed by the background work processes.
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The execution of programs in the background are submitted in the form of background jobs, or simply jobs. There are several reasons to submit programs for background execution: The interactive user sessions are always fighting to get a free dialog work process for their requests. The maximum allowed time for online execution is defined in a SAP parameter profile (rdisp/max_wprun_time) which normally should not exceed 300 seconds. This means that for ABAP programs whose processing time would exceed that parameter, users would get a TIMEOUT error and an aborted transaction. To avoid these types of errors, you could submit jobs for background processing. You can continue to work in the system while your program is executing this is the most important reason to run background processing jobs. When working online with a long processing report, you cannot interact with the system and have to wait until it finishes or the dispatcher throws you out if you exceed the time limit. This does not mean that interactive or online work is not useful. Both types of processing have their purposes. Online work is the most common one: entering business data, displaying information, printing small reports, managing the system, and so on. Working interactively or online requires the person to be present to interact with the system. However, with background jobs, the system does not need user input or users have already provided the input in the job definition. Background jobs are used mainly for the following tasks: To process large amounts of data, for example, to get a quarterly report of sales, a monthly warehouse movement report, data load from external systems, and so on. To execute periodic jobs without human intervention. A couple of easy examples are jobs needing everyday reports of the total incoming payments or periodic cleaning jobs submitted by the R/3 system manager which take care of deleting obsolete data, such as old log files, ABAP dumps, and so on. To run programs at a more convenient, planned time other than during normal working hours, for example at night and on weekends, when there are usually less interactive users.
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Background Jobs For example, if interactively running a report that takes two or three minutes to finish, the R/3 session in which the report is executing will be busy until the report execution ends. During that time, the user cannot interact with the session. Instead, the user could have scheduled it for background processing, creating a background job and specifying the name of the report. When releasing the job, the system will execute it in the background but will give the user the control of the R/3 session so he or she can keep on working and interacting with the system. Jobs executing in the background are working online with the R/3 system, so any actions performed by the program steps, such as locking a table or updating the database, will have an immediate effect just as if an interactive user was running the same program. Background jobs execution is handled with the background work processes. The way to implement the background work processes depends on the particular needs of the SAP installation. In any case, when installing an R/3 system for the first time, the system configures by default the background processing system in the central SAP instance with a number of background work processes depending on the hardware configuration. The number and location of background work processes is configurable both with SAP system profile parameters and with the use of the CCMS operation modes. With operation modes, system managers can define some work processes to work as dialog during certain hours and then switch automatically to background processes without the need to restart the application server instances. For more information about the operation modes, refer to Chap. 11.
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