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STAD analysis - Please help for comparision

I am seeing more response time in below screenshot and want to compare with standard threshold value.

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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2016 at 01:03 AM

    Hi,

    Please help me for the comparison between response time captured from system and standard threshold value..I am bit unclear with it.

    I will appreciate all your inputs and guidance

    Thanks in advance

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    • Former Member

      Hi Daniel;

      I saw your screen from STAD transaction, I can observe a high processing time related to the time of execution of the process, however, if you want to get more detail, you can trace the process with ST05, ST01, SAT, transactions etc.

      Regards.

      Henry Orellana

  • Posted on Aug 18, 2016 at 01:12 AM

    Hi Daniel,

    Processing time > 2 * CPU time, this can be cause by a CPU bottleneck or a problem with communication between systems.

    Also check if time consuming on RFC interface is large in same STAD screen.

    You can use ST12 to trace this transaction performance as per ST12 Trace - Step by step instruction on how to use it for analysis.

    Regards,

    Ning

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    • We are calculating the response time based on the threshold value.

      I read somewhere that processing is almost equal to response time.

      In our case, I want to understand how we are concluding that processing time is high and other response times are quite normal. Please explain.

      Thanks in advance

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