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what what is work process blocking

Hi all,

please post me how to block the work process( Dialog and Batch ) for Synchronous / Asynchronous Transports.

Regards,

Kumar

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Hi revanthkumarkadali ,

Please refer to this procedure to setup Operation Modes if this solution exactly suits your requirement.

Setting up operations mode:

u2022 Choose Administration -> CCMS -> Configuration -> Operation Modes/Instances, or call transaction RZ04

u2022 Create a new operation mode (which can be switched automatically)

u2022 Operation Mode -> Create.

u2022 Enter the Name of the Operations Mode:

u2022 Enter the description of the Operations Mode:

u2022 Enter the Monitoring Variant: SAP_DEFAULT

u2022 Repeat above steps for more operations modes.

u2022 Create Instance Data and maintain work process distribution

u2022 Operation Mode -> Maintain instances -> Operation Mode View

u2022 Instance -> Create New Instance

u2022 Enter the following data:

u2022 Hostname of the SAP Server

u2022 Instance Number (xx)

u2022 Start Profile of the SAP Server

u2022 Instance Profile of the SAP Server

u2022 Click on the Save icon

u2022 Maintain Work Process Distribution for operation modes

u2022 Select the Operation Mode

u2022 Adjust the Work Process Distribution for the selected operation mode

u2022 Save

u2022Repeat the above for all the operation modes.

Maintain the operation mode timetable:

u2022 Choose CCMS -> Configuration -> Operation mode timetable. Alternatively, call Transaction SM63

u2022 Choose Normal operation (24 hr), and Change.

u2022 Double-click on the start time and end time that is required for an operation mode.

u2022 Choose Assign to assign these times to the operation mode.

u2022 Enter the name of the operation mode to be active for the time period that is defined.

u2022 Save the changes.

u2022 Assign time range to other operation modes.

u2022 Finally, save the table.

Thanks

Sekhar

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