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Locking a batch input session prevents the session from being run until a specified date. Locking sessions might be useful for avoiding unwanted sessions (such as incorrect sessions) from being run or for setting specific run dates and also for preventing unintentional runs. To lock sessions, select them from the overview list and then choose Session Lock from the menu bar. The system will display a dialog box asking you to enter the date up to which it must hold the lock. To unlock a locked session, mark the session and select Session Unlock from the menu. The system removes the lock date.
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Batch input sessions are internally managed in the sessions queue (table APQI). You can display management information about a particular session by selecting it from the overview list and then choosing Goto Queue from the menu. Figure B 7 shows an example.
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Figure B 7: Batch input queue contents. Table APQI is used to manage other system queues as well. For this reason, not all fields are relevant for the batch input sessions. The most important session queue management fields are as follows: GROUPID. Contains the session name. QID. The internal identification of a session. MANDANT. Indicates the client in which a session is to be processed. QSTATE. It's either blank or contains a character indicating the status of the batch input session. For example, E indicates error. QERASE. It's a control flag which indicates whether the session will be automatically deleted. If it is not marked, it indicates that the KEEP option is set. If it contains the X mark, it indicates that it will be deleted after successful processing.
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With regard to batch input sessions, system administrator tasks mainly consist of the following: Submitting the background jobs for automatic batch input session processing Checking the sessions log every day and informing developers of errors Cleaning up the session queue and the log files The batch input log file is normally located in the SAP system global directory (/usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/global) with the name BI<SID><Instance_name>. When a session log is manually deleted, the system sets a deletion flag, but it does not remove the occupied space. To physically restore the log space, a reorganization of this file is needed. You can clean up old session log files by performing a log reorganization. To do that, from the session log list display, select Folder Reorganize logs. The system displays a selection screen where you can enter what session logs to delete or specify to remove logs older than n days.
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Authorizations for Running Batch Input This function is actually executing the ABAP report RSBDCREO (you can look it up using the System Status function). The system will only delete those session logs for batch input sessions which have already been processed. It's a good practice to submit this report periodically (perhaps once a day) to delete those session log files because it reduces the batch input log file size, which avoids file systems from becoming full unintentionally.
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There are three aspects of authorizations to keep in mind when working with batch input programs and sessions: Running batch input programs. These are the programs which generate the sessions. For these programs, there is no need for special authorization other than the normal object for running ABAP programs, such as S_PROGRAM. So, any user with the S_PROGRAM authorization can generate batch input sessions. Processing batch input sessions online. Since the sessions execute actual transactions, the system performs the same authorization checks as if the user was performing the transactions online. Processing sessions automatically with RSBDCSUB. The user only needs to have authorization for submitting background jobs. Once the session runs, the system will check the authorizations for the user who created the session.
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