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report query slow on PARENTH2

Dear experts;

after creating a second hierarchy, data retrieval on this second hierarchy is very slow. Before we created this second hierarchy, all data was duplicated in default logic on dummy accounts. We now removed that script statement and adjusted dimension formula's. So, we can retrieve the correct data again using the second hierarchy and without duplication of data... however- - all reports using this second hierarchy are twice as slow as before, especially for a first data retrieval (second comes from memory).

We have a BPC MS 10 sp15 server installation and client EPM addin SP 20.

What can we do to speed up things - and restoring the old method doesn't sound like a best practise to me..

many thanks for your suggestions,


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  • Posted on May 20, 2015 at 05:00 PM

    Hi Christophe,

    have you done a full optimize and a Modify Model with Process Model and Recreate Index after the described operations?



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    Posted on Jul 28, 2016 at 10:22 AM

    Hi Christophe.

    Did you manage to solve the issue with data retrieval being slow when adding a second hierarchy?

    The reason I ask is because we seem to have the same problem and I haven't been able to find similar postings elsewhere. However, it only seems to be an issue when we have formula calculations in both account hierarchies. If we have calculations in only hierarchy 1 or hierarchy 2, no performance issue. We run BPC MS sp21 on the server and sp25.1 on the EPM addin.

    br Søren (DFDS A/S)

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