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SAP Fiori performance lowered by REPOSRC sequential read


We have installed SAP Fiori Purchase Order application on top of ERP EHP6 on a embedded NW Gateway inside ERP

Since we start the Fiori Launchpad, the report /IWBEP/CL_MGW_ABS_MODEL========CP triggers many SQL sentences to

REPOSRC table with sequential read which takes a long processing time. When we select a Fiori Application, the

system performance is worst because those reports.

We have followed the instructions given in notes/documents:

1889090 - SYB: Activating smartform is taking too much time - TRDIR

1749935 - SYB Configuration Guide for SAP ASE 15.7

DBA Cockpit: Automatic Table Maintenance for SAP Sybase Adaptative Server

The table's statistics are updated.

We have Sybase Ase on NW 7.31/Windows Server.

How can we solve this issue?

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Oct 02, 2014 at 11:08 AM

    Hi Rodrigo, Masayuki,

    did you find a solution for this?

    W're facing the same issue. We're on IW_BEP 200 SP8. The SELECT on REPOSRC is performed in /IWBEP/CL_MGW_ABS_MODEL->GET_LAST_MODIFIED where the following statement is executed (line 30):

    SELECT cdat udat utime FROM reposrc
    INTO TABLE lt_change_info
    WHERE progname LIKE lv_program_name
    AND r3state = 'A'
    ORDER BY cdat udat utime.

    Both fields progname and r3state are key fields, we've got about 4,5 million entries in REPOSRC. The select lasts about 60secs, when you perform the same select in SE16, it lasts < 10 secs.

    You can test the issue by using the gateyway client to test a service, e.g. GBAPP_POAPPROVAL.



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  • Posted on Sep 25, 2014 at 09:26 AM

    Hi Rodrigo,

    What is the support package level for IW_BEP?

    Regards, Masa

    SAP Customer Experience Group - CEG

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