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Back Ground job

Former Member
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hi friends,

i got a situation that i have to raise a error message while a sheduled backround job is run based on some conditions.

Now i just want to know, where do i go and check out for these error messages as error mesaages are raised explicitly on screen in a background job.

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Former Member
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Hi Arun,

You can check for the messages in the spool(SP01) that is created for this job.

Regards,

Sajith.

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Former Member
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Hi Arun,

You can check for the messages in the spool(SP01) that is created for this job.

Regards,

Sajith.

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The messages will appear in the job itself. You can view them by going to SM37. Go the specific job, click the "Job Log" button. This is where you will see the messages.

Regards,

Rich Heilman

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thanks a lot Rich Heilman and Sajith Hari,

Could u also tell me what happens to the write statements that appear in the code of such a background job.

Thanks in advance.

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They go to the spool. Again, in SM37, check the job and click on the spool.

Former Member
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Added to that u can also check the same in <b>SM36</b> too.

U can click on the job scheduled and then the spool created if u get a finished messaege. If not u will be having the eroor mess in the calceled Job.

Also if u want <b>to debug a job schedule in background</b> just choose the corresponding job and type <b>shdb</b> in the command prompt.