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RPTIME00 running long time

Hi All,

RPTIME00 running more than 14 hrs, i am using Z schema. Any solution to reduce time.

Parameters are

Evaluation schema ZM00

Form name BLANK

Display variant log BLANK

Forced recalculation as of 12.12.2009 (System Date - 2 days)

Evaluation up to 14.12.2009 (System date)


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    Posted on Dec 14, 2009 at 07:30 AM


    1. Check the schema maintained with custom rules (processing unnecessarily for all employees) and modify it as required.

    2. Run Time evaluation in back ground



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  • Posted on Dec 14, 2009 at 02:46 AM


    There are few things which you can look into

    1. Check if the display log is on , try to turn it off , then try to run

    2. Run the time evaluation at the end of the day

    3. check for one employee how much time does it take normally , then you can analyze the impact for all the employees.

    4. Check in your Z schema are there any custom function modules which take time to execute



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      I don't know if you are still looking for an answer to your question, but in case you are,

      If there is an error record dated 2009, even if you run TE in 2010, cos it is standard behaviour that as there is an error record in the cluster related to the time event, Time evaluation will always go back to that date trying to rectify the error.

      Only when the error is rectified or deleted will it stop going back to 2009.

      Hope this helps



  • Posted on Jul 08, 2010 at 06:25 AM

    Please use the splitter program RPCS0000 to call RPTIME00 when running time evaluation for numerous employees. thx !

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