Customers always have requirement to improve the performance for initial/request/delta load between ERP and CRM. In order to achieve this, you could set the following parameters to make the queues being processed parallel.

Load type Parameter Note
Initial load

Maintain the parameter in table CRMPAROLTP of ERP system via SM30:

Parameter name:    CRM_MAX_QUEUE_NUMBER_INITIAL

Parameter name 2:  <object name>

Parameter name 3:

Consumer/user:          CRM,  CDB or EXT (R/3 backend or external system)

Parval1:           <the number of the parallel processing queues>

Parval2:

Note 350176
Request load

Maintain the parameter in table CRMPAROLTP of ERP system via SM30:

Parameter name:    CRM_MAX_NO_QUEUES_PER_REQUEST

Parameter name 2:  <object name>

Parameter name 3:

Consumer/user:          CRM,  CDB or EXT (R/3 backend or external system)

Parval1:           <the number of the parallel processing queues>

Parval2:

Note 426159
Delta load

Maintain the following parameter and the parameter CRM_MAX_QUEUE_NUMBER_DELTA in table CRMPAROLTP simultaneously.

Parameter name:    CRM_IN_EQUAL_OUT_QUEUE

Parameter name 2:  <object name>

Parameter name 3:

Consumer/user:          CRM,  CDB or EXT (R/3 backend or external system)

Parval1:                    X

Parval2:

For a serialization of the delta load of an R/3 back end to the CRM server, the parameter is entered in the R/3 back end. For a serialization of the delta load from the CRM server, the parameter is entered in the CRM server.

Note 624436
Dima

Maintain the following parameter and the parameter

CRM_MAX_QUEUE_NUMBER_DIMA in table CRMPAROLTP of ECC system simultaneously.


Parameter name:    CRM_IN_EQUAL_OUT_QUEUE

Parameter name 2:  <object name>

Parameter name 3:

Consumer/user:          CRM,  CDB or EXT (R/3 backend or external system)

Parval1:                    X

Parval2:

Note 628949
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