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Schedule Agreement performance with PSM-Fund management

Jul 10, 2017 at 09:25 AM


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We have implemented SAP S4 HANA in Oct 2016. Funds Management was also the part of our implementation along with the other modules.

After 4 months of our implementation we started facing performance issues in all operations related to schedule agreements, even posting good receipt for around 30 line items was taking around 40 to 50 minutes for which we coordinated with SAP & implemented SAP Note 2425320 which reduced the time from 40-50 minutes to 20-25 minutes but we still were facing such delays & were looking for more improvement.

We had our fiscal year end closing in June in which FM open items and balances were carry forwarded to next fiscal year & since then these delays become more worst. we are now posting a single Good receipt of 30 line items in around 65 minutes & it's increasing.

We have Aggregated schedule agreement History but it didn't make any difference.

We are tracing Good receipts & the most of the time it's taking is in program SAPLFMOI specifically at “LOOP AT C_T_FMIOI_BUF_1” & “READ TABLE C_T_FMIOI” among other calls within the program.

We are in contact with SAP for it's resolution meanwhile i though to post it here to know if someone have faced such issues before & knows of a solutions or any SAP notes that could help us.

This issues is being very critical for us as it's affecting our production line now. Our on hand stock for most of the parts is almost zero as we can't post our physical receipts in system & this is not only with Good receipts but with everything related to agreements either it's a invoice receipt or price revision etc.

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Eli Klovski
Sep 19, 2017 at 08:08 AM


Did you try to implement this note?

2408276 - SAPLFMOI performance issue while executing MIRO postings



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