Normally, batch input sessions are deleted from the session list
automatically when they are completed. However, sessions remain in the list if
any of the following is true:
They were generated with the KEEP option.
They contain errors or were aborted with the /bend OK code. (Such a
session is deleted when you finish processing it, unless it was generated
with the KEEP option.)
When you no longer need sessions that have been held in the list, you can
explicitly delete them.
Do not delete any sessions that contain unprocessed transactions. You must
first correct and process such transactions or enter the data in the
transactions into the R/3 System in some other way.
Start the batch input management tool: Select
Alternate: Enter transaction SM35. Both paths take you to the session overview
of the batch input system.
To delete a session from the session queue, mark the sessions to be deleted
and choose Delete from the tool bar. The system asks you to confirm the
deletion. It also asks you if the session log should be deleted together with