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 Setting Up the Target System and Assigning the Queue Type


To set up successful communication, the relevant target system for this connection must be installed after defining the RFC destination. You install a valid operation mode at the same time.

You assign a queue type to the connection to the selected system. The queue type Outbound Queue is set by default.

Change to Inbound Queues

You should choose Inbound Queues if you are expecting large amounts of data during the transfer from the source system to the target system and you want to ensure that the target system is not overloaded. With this setting, queue processing is controlled by the target system.

If you choose Inbound Queues i n the source system, you have to set up the QIN (queue in) scheduler in the qRFC monitor in the target system. Queues that are to be automatically processed by the target system must be registered in the QIN scheduler.

If you work with outbound queues, you must register the target system in the QOUT (queue out) scheduler.


  1. After calling the CIF menu in the ERP system (see Calling the CIF Menu ), choose Start of the navigation path Settings Next navigation step Target Systems End of the navigation path .

  2. The screen Change ViewTarget Systems , Operation Modes , and Queue Type: Overview appears.

  3. Choose New Entries.

  4. Enter the connection as follows:

    • Under LogSystem , enter the same name that you previously used for the RFC destination.

    • The system automatically sets the operation mode.

  5. Save your entries and quit the screen by choosing Exit .

Registration of CIF Queues in the Target System When Converting to Inbound Queues
  1. Call the QIN scheduler in the target system using transaction SMQR.

  2. To select all CIF queues, enter CF* in the Queue Name field.

  3. Choose Register . You see the Queue Registration dialog window. We recommend the following entries:

    • Queue Name: CF*

    • EXEMODE: D (Dialog processing) or B (Background processing)

    • MAXTIME: 10 (maximum processing time)

    • NRETRY: 30 (number of repetitions for locked queues)

    • TDELAY: 300 (time between two repetitions)