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How to extract struck up LUW from R/3

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I am monitoring the process chain, But it failed. Because so many LUW are struck in R/3. So how can I extract those struck up LUW's from R/3 from different extractors.

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Transact RFC error

tRFC Error - status running Yellow for long time (Transact RFC will be enabled in Status tab in RSMO).

Step 1: Goto Details, Status get the IDoc number,and go to BD87 in R/3,place the cursor in the RED IDoc entroes in tRFC

queue thats under outbound processing and click on display the IDOC which is on the menu bar.

Step 2: In the next screen click on Display tRFC calls (will take you to SM58 particular TRFC call)

place the cursor on the particular Transaction ID and go to EDIT in the menu bar --> press 'Execute LUW'

(Display tRFC calls (will take you to SM58 particular TRFC call) ---> select the TrasnID ---> EDIT ---> Execute LUW)

Rather than going to SM58 and executing LUW directly it is safer to go through BD87 giving the IDOC name as it will take you

to the particular TRFC request for that Idoc.


Go into the JOB Overview of the Load there you should be able to find the Data Package ID.

(For this in RSMO Screen> Environment> there is a option for Job overview.)

This Data Package TID is Transaction ID in SM58.


SM58 > Give * / user name or background (Aleremote) user name and execute.It will show you all the pending TRFC with

Transaction ID.

In the Status Text column you can see two status

Transation Recorded and Transaction Executing

Don't disturb, if the status is second one Transaction Executing. If the status is first one (Transation Recorded) manually

execute the "Execute LUWs"


Directly go to SM58 > Give * / user name or background (Aleremote) user name and execute. It will show TRFCs to be executed

for that user. Find the particular TRFC (SM37 > Req name > TID from data packet with sysfail).select the TrasnID (SM58) --->

EDIT ---> Execute LUW



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Go to the SM58 tcode in R3 u will find the stuckedup LUW's. Select them Menu Edit Execute.