You can use transaction SMQS to register a destination.
You have defined your destination in transaction SM59.
Call transaction SMQS. On the initial screen, you see a list of previously registered destinations. To register a destination and add it to the list, choose Registration.
When you choose Registration, a dialog box opens in which you can enter the required destination.
You can enter the following information:
· Destination – Enter the name of your destination.
· MAXCONN – Maximum number of connections
MAXTIME – Maximum scheduler processing time for a
destination in seconds (default is 60 seconds)
You can use this setting to allocate more processing time to individual queues and restrict the processing time of others.
· NO_TRFC – This prevents tRFC LUWs from being processed by the Outbound Scheduler. This means that the tRFCs for this destination are then executed when the Commit Work is executed.
You also have the following options, in addition to Registration:
· Register Without Activation: The queue is not triggered immediately by the Outbound Scheduler.
· Deregisters the destination. This means that the destination is not processed automatically by the scheduler, and must be started manually.
· Activates the tRFC Monitor
· Activates the qRFC Monitor
Your destination is registered and the queue status changes from INACTIVE to ACTIVE, if the queues contain LUWs that can be processed for this destination. WAITING and WAITCONN appear if the maximum number of connections has been reached or if the scheduler is waiting for a connection to become available again. As soon as a connection becomes available, the status changes to ACTIVE and the queue is processed.
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