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Monitor table access


we are in a cleaning process. Althoug nobody gets hurt by unnused customer tables, the customer wants to know about tables that are nort used.

One approach is a where-used-list. OK, done.

Another approach is to analyze table access statistics. AFAIK the database collects statistics from database accesses. From those statistics the system gains information to optimize table access.

Now my question: Where can I find (programatrically or via transaction/report) information about table access?




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    Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 11:36 PM

    U have the list of custom related tables. Goto SE11 & using the custom table check where-used-list. It displays where all the table has been used. If the table has not been used anywhere or else not related at all to a program which is not needed, these all tables can be eliminated from the system.

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