Running a RSRV test in background is very useful for productive environment, especially when some tests need too long to complete or terminated due to reasons as following.
- Session Time Out
- User Logged Off
It is also easy for us to monitor when schedule the RSRV check as a background job.
This page will guide you how to run a RSRV check in background.
Author: Vikram Srivastava
Company: Infosys Technologies Ltd.
Created on: 21-12-2009
Author(s) Bio: Vikram Srivastava is working as Technology Analyst with Infosys Technologies Limited. He has got rich experience on various BW Implementation/Support Projects in both SAP BW 3.5 and SAP BW 7.0.
There are two types of tests in RSRV
For both these types, you can follow the steps below to run any RSRV test job in background.
Step 1: Go to TCODE RSRV
Step 2: Double click on the test you want to execute.
In this case, schedule 'Consistency of time dimension for InfoCube' check on an Infocube SHCUBE1.
Step 3: Double click on the test appearing on the right-hand side, enter the parameter and click 'Transfer' button.
Step 4: Create a test package by Edit > Test Package > Save.
Step 5: In the popup window, enter the Description and package ID and click 'Execute' button. The package ID is assigned as RSRV001.
You can get below message after the package successfully saved.
Step 6: Schedule the test package by Edit > Test Package > Schedule.
Usually, the last saved package information can be filled automatically.
Please confirm the package ID and modify the description accordingly before click the 'Execute' button.
After the package scheduled, you can see the job details as below.
The job name is 'RSRV_'+<Package ID>. In this example, the job name is RSRV_RSRV001.
Step 7: Click 'Start condition' button to set start condition.
Please set the start condition according to your requirement and click save button to finish.
After that, the job is scheduled based on your selected option.
Step 8: Confirm the job log once the job finished by RSRV > Application Log > Display Logs > From Batch.
Step 9: Enter the details to filter the logs, click 'Execute' button to display.
Step 10: Check application logs.