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ALE: IDoc outbound - IDocs remain in status 30 - When you use ALE to send data, IDocs remain in status 30 even though you selected immediate sending in the partner profiles. This only occurs up to 6.40 if you do not use tRFC for the transfer, but instead you select file or CPI-C, for example, as an outbound medium.This behavior can occur regardless of the transfer medium.

Possible cause of this is a lock that is released too late: First, you execute the COMMIT WORK and then a DEQUEUE ALL or EDI_DOCUMENT_DEQUEUE_LATER.

However, when you execute the COMMIT, the asynchronous processes are started that must first lock the IDoc again.

A further cause of this problem may be that the calls for immediate sending are not yet contained in the tRFC queue.


1. You set immediate sending in the partner profiles.

2. You use file or CPI-C, for example, as the sending medium.


1.) Consider whether all IDocs actually have to be sent separately and immediately to the recipient.

If possible, the setting "Collect IDocs" should be made in the partner profiles for the outbound.

This way, the IDocs are created in the status 30 and can be sent using the report RSEOUT00. This saves a lot of RFC resources and prevents that IDocs remain in status 30 when this is not required.

If the recipient can only receive one IDoc at a time, you can still make the setting "Collect IDocs".

For this, you can set the relevant parameter (Maximum number of IDocs) to 1 in the report RSEOUT00.

2.) If you want to send IDocs separately and immediately, the application that creates the IDoc must ensure

that the IDocs are unlocked before the send process is triggered, for example, by a COMMIT WORK. Implement the source code corrections contained in the notes referenced below.

3.) If the send modules in the tRFC queue cannot be processed, you can restart them in transaction SM58 or by starting the report RSEOUT00.

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