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SystemServiceInfo

SystemServiceInfo


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Methods

Available Methods


  • GetBackgroundResourcesOnDate : Determine all Background Resources Available on a Particular Date [ BAPI_XBP_GET_BP_RESRC_ON_DATE ]
  • GetBgrdResourcesOnDateOnServer : Determine Background Resources of Server on Particular Date [ BAPI_XBP_GET_BP_SRVRES_ON_DATE ]
  • GetCurrentBackgroundResources : Determine Background Resources Currently Available in System [ BAPI_XBP_GET_CURR_BP_RESOURCES ]

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GetBackgroundResourcesOnDate

GetBackgroundResourcesOnDate


With this method you can determine the resources that are available inan R/3 System at a specific time. The resources are determined accrossthe system, taking into account the operative mode active at thespecified time. For each R/3 instance, the system returns the number of
of work processes for the background processing system, as well as thenumber of work processes that are reserved for jobs in priority class A.

This type of check of the available resources is not absolutelynecessary. A background job is always executed unless the background processing system is completely out of operation.


the check can be useful if, for example, a job is executed at theexecution time without any hesitation. With this function module you can then specify whether any background work processes may beavailable.

Further Information

XBP documentation (SAPnet/CCMS)


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GetBgrdResourcesOnDateOnServer

GetBgrdResourcesOnDateOnServer


With this method you can define the resources that are available forthe background processing system at a specific time in a specific R/3instance. The resources are determined for the specified instancetaking into consideration the operation mode that is active at the
specified time. The system returns the number of work processes forbackground processing, as well as the number of work processes that are reserved for jobs in priority class A.

This type of check of the available resources is not absolutelynecessary. A background job is always executed unless the background processing system is completely out of operation.


The check is useful if a job must run on a specific instance. With thisfunction module you can then determine whether any background workprocesses will be available on this instance at the job start time.

Further Information


XBP documentation (SAPnet/CCMS)


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GetCurrentBackgroundResources

GetCurrentBackgroundResources


With this method you can determine the resources that are currentlyavailable to the background processing system in an R/3 System. Theresources are determined across the system taking into considering theactive operation mode. For each instance, the system returns the number
of work processes for the background processing system, as well as thenumber of work processes that are reserved for jobs in priority class A.

This type of check of the available resources is not absolutelynecessary. A background job is always executed unless the background processing system is completely out of operation.


The check may be useful, for example, if a job should be startedimmediately. With this method you can then determine whether background work processes can now be made available.

Further Information

XBP documentation (SAPnet/CCMS)


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