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Number of rows SAP B12007A


Hi all.

We have a client that use SAP B1 2007A on a SQL server 2005. The sometimes make very big sales quotations which exists of maybe 3000 rows. To my understanding, there is documentation saying there is no limitations on amount of rows it only affects performance. What would be the acceptable performance (measured in time) when adding line number 3001 on a sales quotation?

For our install, we wait maybe 20 seconds for adding the item and then we wait maybe 1 minute when updating the sales quotation. We are running on a machine with 4 processors and 4GB RAM.

Does anyone have some other experiences on this field?

Sorry, this ended up in the wrong forum category .

Runar Wigestrand.

Edited by: Runar Wigestrand on Oct 10, 2008 2:13 PM

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2008 at 10:59 PM


    we have customers that have 1000 rows in their sales quotation and they use sun system server that have high speed. The memory is more than 4 GB. The processor is also more than 2.

    To know more about performance of your database, just use SQL server profiler. Use it when your end user is adding or updating the sales quotation.

    I am surprised if you have more than 3000 rows. Actually B1 is for SMB markets where they seems not to have more than 1000 rows in their marketing document.

    I am sure SAP A1 will solve this issue but it is up to you. Check the latest PL50. maybe it is solved there


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