I was under the impression that, while getting data from database table 'for all entries' always imporves performance. Since we are not getting whole database table data. I was doing a select statement and I have used for all entries. I have only 20,000 records in the internal table. While selecting data from database table, it took more than one hour and timed out.
Latter, I hard coded some values and query worked and it just took few minutes.
So, do we need to avoid for all entries? What the best practice?
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Source package has only 20,000 records and while getting data it timed out. So I commented for all entries and hardcoded the values. This time it took only few minutes. Can any one suggest the best practice for handling such things?
IF SOURCE_PACKAGE IS NOT INITIAL.
INTO TABLE IT_SOURCE_TMP
FOR ALL ENTRIES IN SOURCE_PACKAGE
CALMONTH BETWEEN CMONTH1 AND CMONTH2 AND
CALYEAR = CURR_YEAR AND
COMPANY = SOURCE_PACKAGE-COMPANY AND
/BIC/XPROF_CTR = SOURCE_PACKAGE-/BIC/XPROF_CTR AND
PCOMPANY = SOURCE_PACKAGE-PCOMPANY AND
/BIC/ZPRODASGN = SOURCE_PACKAGE-/BIC/ZPRODASGN AND
/BIC/ZSLSRPTCD = SOURCE_PACKAGE-/BIC/ZSLSRPTCD AND
CURKEY_TC = SOURCE_PACKAGE-CURKEY_TC AND
UNIT = SOURCE_PACKAGE-UNIT AND
GL_ACCOUNT = SOURCE_PACKAGE-GL_ACCOUNT AND
MATERIAL = SOURCE_PACKAGE-MATERIAL AND
/BIC/ZSALETYP in ('TS', 'CG', 'IS', 'IC',
'TO', 'FG', 'OD', 'SS',
'RD', 'I3', 'D1', 'D2',
'D3', 'MS', 'PF', 'RA') .
FUNC_AREA = SOURCE_PACKAGE-FUNC_AREA AND
COSTCENTER = SOURCE_PACKAGE-COSTCENTER AND
WBS_ELEMT = SOURCE_PACKAGE-WBS_ELEMT AND
CURKEY_LC = SOURCE_PACKAGE-CURKEY_LC and
/BIC/ZACCOUNT = SOURCE_PACKAGE-/BIC/ZACCOUNT .