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Feb 03, 2010 at 04:11 PM

Guideline Performance Initial Download from SAP for Utility into SAP CRM

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Hello,

Please find below a link (valid for 10 weeks) to the document Guideline Performance Initial Download from SAP for Utilities into SAP CRM. The document is also published in the SAP Service Market Place at http://service.sap.com/utilities. Then choose Technical Information Center - Migration.

The purpose of the document is to give guidelines as well as to share experience for an efficient and high performance execution of an initial download from an SAP for Utilities system to an SAP CRM system, such as:

- Configuration of the initial download

- Ensure optimum performance for the initial download of the relevant business objects

- Avoid unnecessary business data being downloaded

- Monitoring of the initial download and taking corrective actions in case of problems

- Handle errors occurring during the initial download of business objects

- Minimize performance bottlenecks

The document explains the setup and configuration of the SAP for Utilities and SAP CRM systems only if necessary for the understanding of the solution of a described performance problem. This document does not cover the performance optimization of the delta down- and upload and the synchronization download.

The document has the following structure:

Chapter 1 describes the basics of an initial download

Chapter 2 describes how to plan and execute tests to achieve an acceptable performance

Chapter 3 describes the most important technical activities to prepare the involved systems

Chapter 4 describes the most important functional activities to prepare the involved system

Chapter 5 describes how to perform an initial download

Chapter 6 describes measures to improve the performance of an initial download

Chapter 7 provides a list of important repository tables

Chapter 8 contains a list of important SAP Notes related to initial download

I'd highly appreciate your valuable feedback on this document.

Kind regards,

Fritz

Edited by: William Eastman on Feb 17, 2011 2:34 PM