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Performance Tuning Section in Business Blueprint

Dear Gurus,

I am at a client location doing a blueprint. We are in the closure level of the business blueprint and one of the sections need to be added is the Performance Tuning. Can anybody suggest me what would be content to be added in the Performance Tuning section of blueprint. If anybody got the content section with them please forward that to my mail id, i.e. chandrashekara.vijaykumar@gmail.com

Thanks and regards

Vijay

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  • Posted on Jun 12, 2007 at 07:34 AM

    Hi,

    Did you check

    Eddy

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2007 at 02:38 AM

    Hi,

    Think abt all BI is made up of an dhow to tune them..

    Some hints:

    1 Performance tuning for data loads : ( number range buffering, parallel loading..pseudo delta..chnging technical properties of tables if rec >100,000...IDOC clogging...etc)

    2) Performnce tuing for Queries 😔 Aggregate...Cube modelling, OLAP cache....efficient multiprovider queries.etc.)

    MEntion about transactiona whoich you will require for these things..such as RSRV..RSRTRACE..STO3n..ST05..etc...

    gaurav

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