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Calling RFC..performance issue.

Dear all,

We have a custom transaction to create sales order. Now i'm calling this transaction in my RFC to create the SO for some prtal application. Now is there any performance issue in this approach??

Pls suggest.

Is there any other method to achieve it??

Regds,

Anup

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2005 at 03:14 AM

    Hi Anoop,

    If your RFC FM is creating sales order in MASS then you need to see as RFC uses dialog process and this is limited by the maximum allowed time of dialog work process ( normally 20 mins ) . The workprocess will time out . However if your RFC creates one sales order per call then I guess there should not be a performance issue except some issue in your code itself.

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2005 at 03:08 AM

    There are standard SAP BAPIs for creating a sales order. Is there any reason why you went for a custom RFC? If you definitely have to use this custom RFC, then you will have to look at the code of this function module to finetune it. I don't think anyone here can suggest anything without looking at the code. Do a test in SE37 to see where it is spending the time. If it is in database selects, then check what improvements you can make there. If it is in the logic, check what improvements you can make there( avoiding too many nested loops etc). Use the tools like runtime analysis to determine where most of the time is consumed.

    Srinivas

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