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Query executation taking somuch time

Hi

I have created query on Inventory Cube(Copied from 0IC_C03).

In cube maintainance i have changed the 'maintain non cumulative values' from calday and plant to only calday,

because to get the correct data on day basis

The query is based on material and vendor.

it is taking so much time like 50 min to execute.

I am thinking this is because of changing the 'maintain non cumulative values' in cube maintainance.

But if i don't do that i can't get the correct values.

Hope i explained the pbm very clearly.

can anybody help me on this issue.

I appreciate if anybody help me.

Thanks

Madhu

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2006 at 07:35 PM

    HI,

    Have you tried other performance tuning activites, like creating aggregates, checked indices on the cube, etc.

    Also, did you give any filter criteria when running the query in the selection screens. If not do that as well.

    Suggest you run tcode ST03 in expert mode to check and see where the time is being taken and if needed run the query in debug mode using RSRT to see how best you can tune it further.

    Cheers,

    Kedar

    Cheers,

    Kedar

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2006 at 07:51 PM

    I would follow Kadar's recomendataions..try some analysis..

    1. Do you have aggregates ? check in RSRT if it's using it or not.

    2. ST03 you can see the %DB time and others.

    3. Is you Query is enabled for cache ?

    HOpe this would give you some lights to starts debugging...let us know if you need more in details.

    BK

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