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SLT - Time Measurement while replicating data

Jul 25, 2017 at 10:18 AM


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I am writing my master-thesis in SAP SLT and I get through a lot of troubles until I am able now to replicate data from a SAP Source System into a HANA DB.

So far so good, but now I want to measure how fast is the replication of a bigger data set f.g. 50 Million Data (need for my thesis, cuz I have to evaluate).

I used the LTRC but for my own created table in the source System, there is an older replicating time given and if I refresh, it does not change. In the Web-UI I just see how much data was replicated during a specific time period - nice but does not help my right now.

Is there somebody who knows how to solve my issue or can give me a hint?

Summary - what do I want to do?

I want to measure how fast a specific set of data is replicated to my source system.

Question: Is there a possibility to monitor every configuration with a time stamp?

Thank you and

Best Regards

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1 Answer

Andrey Martynov
Jul 28, 2017 at 07:44 AM

Hi Philip,

I don't know what do you mean under "specific set of data".
SLT don't provide the tools for measuring of replication speed of specific portion of data. SLT has only 2 tools:
- to measure initial load latency. You can find one in tab Initial Load Statistics. You can see what is latency for every portion in access plan
- to measure replication performance. You can find it in expert functions tab.

Kind regards, Andrey

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