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Performence Monitoring

Hi,

We have nearly 20 Queries. I need monitor the performence of these. How can i monitor these. How can i come to know that perticular Query performence is low because of aggregates or some thing. How can i improve it. Please guide me.

Thanks in Advance.

Nagesh.

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2005 at 01:49 AM

    HI,

    U can turn activate the statistics infocubes, this will tell u the overall performance of queries.....U can also use RSRT to execute and debug queries ....u can also check if aggregates exist or not in this

    Hope it helps.......if send ur email id, i can send u couple of docs on this

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      Try searching the BW forums on "query performance", you'll get lots of hits.

      Also SDN has a site called the BW Performance Tuning Knowledge Center. It has links to papers and presentations, and sometimes has links to videos from Tech Ed sessions.

      The BW Satistics cubes hold the query stats and there are business content queries you cn use as starters.

      Also a good overview of query performance on your system can be gotten from transaction ST03N. For query info, you need to be in Expert Mode. I've posted more detailed info recently on ST03N for other threads so if you search the BI Forums on ST03N, you should get a number of hits.

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