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Payroll Reconciliation Report and Long Run Times (after Archiving)

Hello Everyone,

We have noticed that the standard payroll reconciliation report runtime has increased by as much as 300% with the past few pay periods. No changes have been made to the system other than our Archiving of data from PCL2 using PU22. Thus we think that the Archiving process may be the culprit. We have had Basis re-index PCL2 but this has had no affect on runtime. What is odd is that other payroll processes such as the running of payroll itself are good (no performance problems).

Has anyone encountered this? If so, will you offer suggestions as to how to increase performance of the reconciliation report. Again, I am only assuming this is from Archiving, but it may not be.

Thanks again for your help.

Best Regards,


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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 03:55 PM

    Hi Scott,

    Go thru OSS Message 1095324.

    This will help you.


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  • Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 08:29 PM

    Thank you so much for the reply Arti. I had seen that message before and it will possibly help. Still though I am a little uncertain as to why we are seeing such a drastic change in the runtime of the Reconciliation report. The runtime has increased by not less than 3 times over the past few weeks. It makes no sense that for one period it would run in approx 10 minutes, then the next period it runs in 1.5 hours.

    Does anyone have any ideas on what could be causing this?

    Thanks again,


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    • Former Member


      Did you have any huge recalculation in the period you are trying to run?

      I remember that once we had retro for 2100 EE's on for 4 PP's and it took us long time to run Recon report. The OSS Message I sent helped us a lot.

      Try to run it in Background.

      Does it gives any message Memeroy low or something related to it?


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