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Check tables size of Java schema

Hi,

I have a problem with the DB (MAXDB) size growth in a dual stack. I can find the size of the tables for ABAP schema from using GUI. Now I need to find the largest and greatest growth tables from java schema.

I found in one of the thread to use the following

DB59

- Add you J2EE schema (SAP<SID>DB)

- execute program RSADAT6M

but I am not able to add java schema and to execute the above program.

I am looking for a solution to find the largest and greatest growth tables from java schema.

Thanks and regards,

sen

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  • Jun 09, 2009 at 10:52 AM

    > I found in one of the thread to use the following

    >

    > DB59

    > - Add you J2EE schema (SAP<SID>DB)

    > - execute program RSADAT6M

    >

    > but I am not able to add java schema and to execute the above program.

    Why can't you do that?

    It's the way it's meant to be done...

    Do you get any error messages?

    > I am looking for a solution to find the largest and greatest growth tables from java schema.

    There isn't any prebuild way for that, except the one mentioned above.

    Storing data growth information, monitoring database instances, etc. is exactly what the CCMS is made for.

    So why don't you just use it?

    regards,

    Lars

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