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performance of FWO

Hi,

Can you let me know how can I check and know the time taken to save FWO, FB,Fo etc. Also time taken when we execute report via POWL how do we measure it.

Secondly in order to tune up the performance of business objects and TM table values how do we take this up? Is there any specific transactions technically we can use to improve and monitor the performance

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2014 at 07:21 AM

    Hi,

    please check out the TM wednesday performance snippets:

    In WPS: Tracing with SAT Part 1 - The settings & WPS: Tracing with SAT Part 2 - Start your engines!is a guide on how to set-up usefull traces. Also other snippets focus more on how to identify performance critical pieces.

    Regards,

    Emanuel

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2014 at 02:29 PM

    Hi Dipak,

    dipak mukherjee wrote:

    Also time taken when we execute report via POWL how do we measure it.

    If you are running a POWL application and want to see the runtime of a user, you can use the POWL_D01 report in SE38. When you execute this, ensure that:

    • You enter the desired POWL application ID
    • If you are looking at system wide performance, you can leave user field blank, but it's also possible to run this report for individual users
    • The display check-box is active under the additional settings heading. If you de-activate this, then you will be deleting the cached entries for the powl application / user id combination

    Now in this report you will see the last run time for a user. In the column Exec. Time, you will see the number of seconds the report took to execute. If a user executes a POWL mutiple times, the values in this table will be over written, and only the last run will be kept.

    Regards,

    Ion Barbu

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    • Hi Dipak,

      I'm afraid I don't understand your question here. I think you might be asking about the "normal" run times, and how to gauge if the times you are measuring are within the "normal" ranges.

      Normally, these ranges come from the business users, who determine SLAs for reports / transactions. If the actual run time exceeds the expected run time, then you know you have an issue.

      Without any other details about what selection criteria you are using, number of records returned, and analysis from SAT / STAD, I cannot make any comments about the actual performance you are experiencing.

      Regards,

      Ion Barbu

  • Posted on Nov 24, 2014 at 09:05 AM

    Dear Dipak,

    If i understand your question correct, you want to measure the performance of FWO / FRB applications as a overall or based on performing some steps right?

    To my knowledge, there are no predefined standard measure values.

    Please follow below steps to check the performance:

    After launching the FWO / FRB application and before performing the required step -> click on CTRL + ALT +SHIFT + P -> This will open the ABAP Webdynpro console (As attached) -> Select the Performance tab -> Perform the required steps -> Here you will see the taken to execute the operation.

    If you want more detailed performance analysis, then you can use SAT or STAD transaction or ST05 transaction which will give you detailed performance breakup. This may help you for further analysis and to take the corrective measures.

    P.S: I am also going to publish a blog on the same.

    https://scn.sap.com/community/scm/transportation-management/blog/2014/11/19/tm-troubleshooting-tips

    Follow the same for updates.

    Thanks,

    Bharath.K


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