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Appendix B: Managing Batch Input Sessions
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Figure B 1: Initial screen for batch input session management. This initial screen is used to select the batch input sessions to work with. After entering the selection criteria, click on the Overview icon, or press the Enter key. The system will display the list of sessions in your system. Following Figure B 2 shows an example.
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Figure B 2: The session overview screen. With the available utilities of the batch input system, administrators can perform the following tasks: Process the batch input sessions to incorporate data into the SAP system. This is the main function of the utilities. Sessions submitted in the background from these utilities are processed immediately. To process them at a later time you have to use the RSBDCSUB report. Debug your batch input sessions by running them interactively in two modes: executing step by step or displaying only errors. Display and analyze the session logs and the session contents, including the data and screens. You can display the session before or after it has been processed. Lock batch input sessions, preventing users from processing them. Delete batch input sessions and associated log files. Release sessions to be executed again after system failures. Record the new batch input session, with selected transactions and screens for generating a new batch input session. Recorded batch input sessions can be edited and modified. Batch input sessions can be processed using the background program RSBDCSUB, which creates jobs for automatically submitting sessions in the background at the requested time.
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The Sessions Overview: Selecting Sessions The next section shows how to work with each of these functions.
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The Sessions Overview: Selecting Sessions
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From the initial batch input selection screen (Fig. B 1) you can enter several criteria to select batch input sessions: Session name. It's the name of the session as entered in the batch input program, or when generating the session. You can use wildcards, such as the asterisk *, for selecting all sessions or use specific session names. For example, FISES * will select all sessions starting with the FISES character string. Creation date from / to. Enter a date interval for selecting sessions which were generated in that period of time. Locked sessions. Clicking on this push button selects sessions which have been intentionally locked which prevents users from processing those sessions. Session status. Batch input sessions can have the following statuses: To be processed. Session has been generated and entered into the sessions queue but has not yet been processed. Incorrect. Session has been processed but contains errors. The successful transactions might have been processed, though. An incorrect session can be processed again, but before doing that you have to analyze what happened. Processed. Session has been successfully processed. You only see sessions with this status if they were generated using the KEEP option. Otherwise, they are automatically deleted. In any case, the system prevents a successful session from being run again. Batch. Session has been scheduled for background processing. Creating. Session is being generated. Processing. Session is being processed. Once you have entered the selection criteria, you can either display the list of sessions logs, by clicking on the Log icon in the application toolbar, or you can display the sessions list by pressing the Enter key or clicking the Overview icon. Logs only exist for sessions which have already been processed. The Sessions List Screen Figure B 2 shows the session list overview screen, which is automatically grouped by session status. This screen contains several columns with the following information: Session. Contains the session name. Date/time. These two fields contain the date and time when the batch input session was generated. Locked. This column is either empty, when the session is not locked, or contains a date, which indicates that the session has been locked until the specified date. Created by. Contains the user ID who generated the session. Tran. Contains the number of transactions which are to be processed by the session. Screen. Contains the number of screens which are to be processed by the session. Authorization. Indicates the user name under whose authorization the session is to be run in case of 645
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Processing Batch Input Sessions batch processing. From this screen you can also display the sessions log, but most importantly you can process and debug the sessions, display statistics, analyze sessions, delete them, and so forth.
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