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Old 14th September 2007, 21:57
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Processes tuddcmonitor and tuddctimer

The processes tuddcmonitor and tuddctimer are running in the background, even after successful completion of the session. The session is using the function server to update the database.

These processes are running for exactly 10 minutes, after the session got successfully completed. This is happening with all the sessions using function servers. Our job scheduling software is not getting the succesful completion status, until these processes get closed. Is there any way we can stop these processes, as soon the session got completed successfully? Are these processes the parameter driven?

We have approached Baan support with this issue and have not yet got any resolution, since last 3 weeks.

Any input for this resolution, will be higly appreciated.

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