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Tcode RSRT

Hello,

In BW production system I'm using tcode RSRT to scan the query for performance issues, using this transaction does anyone know what options to select to determine if it is an Extractor, OLAP, Excel, etc... that is causing the query performance to run slow?

Please advice, thanks for your assistance.

Regards,

Niki Nguyen

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2007 at 03:46 PM

    Hello Edwin,

    Using tcodes ST03 or ST03N > Frontend Statistics, what do I look for on the tabs (Times, Database, Roll information, Parts of response time, All data) to analyze the query performance issues (RSRT > Single query)?

    Please advice, thanks for your assistance.

    Regards,

    Niki Nguyen

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2007 at 05:58 PM

    Give query name - > Hit Performance...You wud useful info there..u can check

    1)if DB stats are updated or not....

    2) if OLAP cache is used or not

    3)Compression

    4)IF aggregates are used or not

    5) Indexes are fine or not

    6)Partitions

    You need to check BI stats for OLAP/DB time..or use T code ST03N in expert mode..

    Let me knw if you need more help

    Gaurav

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