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cost rollup

Hi,

when we run the cost rollup or costing Run in which company has 4 cocd's. 2 of them are under one client (DEV, QAT clients) and others are in other different clients. The issue is when people from different Cocd try to do the cost rollups at the same time it gets locked up or overlapted and system becomes slow.

Any suggestion, ideas would be really helpful.

Thank you,

Nivi

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 03:51 PM

    We have our costing people around the globe schedule out the costing runs - There are tables affected that cannot have more than one person working in them.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 07:49 PM

    Nivi:

    Reason for locked: More than one person cannot work on the screen/transaction that affects/changes tables

    Reason for slow: Lot of data. You might try costing run less number of materials instead of costing run on large number of materials, might help. Mass-data processing will slow down the system, break-down the data into multiple runs.

    Assign points if info helps.

    Vj

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