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Asset query execution performance after upgrade from 4.6C to ECC 6.0+EHP4

Hi,guys

I am encounted a weird problems about asset query execution performance after upgrade to ECC 6.0.

Our client had migrated sap system from 4.6c to ECC 6.0. We test all transaction code and related stand report and query.

Everything is working normally except this asset depreciation query report. It is created based on ANLP, ANLZ, ANLA, ANLB, ANLC table; there is also some ABAP code for additional field.

This report execution costed about 6 minutes in 4.6C system; however it will take 25 minutes in ECC 6.0 with same selection parameter.

At first, I am trying to find some difference in table index ,structure between 4.6c and ECC 6.0,but there is no difference about it.

i am wondering why the other query reports is running normally but only this report running with too long time execution dump messages even though we do not make any changes for it.

your reply is very appreciated

Regards

Brian

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 06:56 PM

    Hi Brian,

    1) Note 1044021 describes this problem

    Also 334754 helped in similar cases.

    Please also check the following notes too:

    190545 Performance problems in FI-AA reporting

    144220 Performance problems in asset reporting

    127887 Performance measures for large datasets

    2) A performacen trace via SE30 could be helpful to figure out the real reason for the performance problems

    Regards Bernhard

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