The following sections give an overview of the activities for administering the qRFC outbound queue:
The systems with which qRFC communication is to be executed were defined as remote destinations using transaction SM59.
You can execute the following activities to administer the outbound queue:
● Administering the QOUT Scheduler
○ Configuring resources of the QOUT Scheduler
■ Specify the number of work processes that are to be used to sent LUWs to a specific destination.
Since the majority of external server programs are not multi-read-capable, you must only use one work process here. You can make this setting for every destination in transaction SMQS. This limits the maximum load in a target system.
○ Register, deregister, and exclude destinations
○ Specifying Logon Data for RFC Destinations
○ Optimize performance
○ Display Management Data
● Monitoring the Outbound Queue
○ Checking the Queue Status
○ Restarting blocked queues
○ Testing the qRFC Connection
The following sections provide more information about administration of the outbound queue:
● The QOUT Schedulersapurl_link_0011_0001_0007
● Checking Queue Statuspurl_link_0011_0002_0007.
● Restarting Blocked Queuesapurl_link_0011_0003_0007
● Testing the qRFC Connectionapurl_link_0011_0004_0007
● Specifying Logon Data for RFC Destinationsapurl_link_0011_0005_0007
● Displaying Administration Datasapurl_link_0011_0006_0007
For detailed information on maintaining remote destinations:
● Maintaining Remote Destinationssapurl_link_0011_0007_0007