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QaaWS(Query as a Web Service) DSWS.properties file Cache - Session and Service Value

Hi All,

Dashboard using QaaWS(Query as a Web Service), for Performance of the Web service.

Can we change the parameters in DSWS Properties File inside TOMCAT.

Enviroment : SAP Business 4.0 SP4 Patch 9, Windows 2008 , SQL Server 2008 R2 , TOMCAT 6.0

Point 1)

Need information on Parameters

qaaws.session.cachesize

qaaws.service.cachesize

what value need to specified, weather these parameter have performance impact.

Point 2)

qaaws.cache_dpresult.optim=true

By Making this Parameter "False" . Weather will their be any performance impact.

Thanks,

Venkata SRT

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2013 at 12:36 PM

    The QAAWS application that comes bundled with Business Objects has a limitation set to cache data requests. When the same request is done in short periods of time the cache data is sent instead of running the query again. To avoid this and get new data every time, you need to disable this functionality on the dsws application properties.

    To enable it, you need to set the qaaws.cache_dpresult.optim flag to true

    if you change this value to false, every time it will fetch new data.

    hope this helps.

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