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GRC AC 10 vs ST03N

Dear Experts,

I'm using the transaction usage information ( ST03N / Action Usage Sync ) through the GRC AC 10, however, I have some doubts about the retention time of these statistics , and I request your help.

Would be possible to retain by GRC AC through ST03N a long time of usage statistics of users? For example 3 months ? There is a maximum amount of time to retain this from ST03N?

Thanks in advance,

Regards,

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  • Posted on Nov 28, 2013 at 06:55 AM

    Hi Vitor

    The sync job stores the data in a GRAC* table. Your retention time is going to depend on system size and performance. You could consider archiving the data if table gets to large and read from archive when you need to.

    You could look at marketplace for notes relating to Action User sync job or program. For example,

    1704699 - GRAC_ACTION_USAGE_SYNC job is taking long time to complete did show issue where the table GRACACTUSAGE was quite large. However, it was fixed with SP10

    I guess it comes down to - more data in a table the longer reporting, etc could take.

    Most refers to long running time and it's more how you schedule the sync job. E.g.

    1700811 - Scheduling the action usage full sync job

    Regards

    Colleen

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    • Hi Sankar

      As this is an ABAP based system I would look at Archiving from that point of view (i.e SARA). I recall there were some marketplace article or SCN, etc regarding this topic

      It would be beneficial to work with an archiving expert to devise a strategy on how best to approach archiving in your solution.

      Part of this would be reviewing the functionality in your system and determining what data you capture and the table size + growth

      Regards

      Colleen

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