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Which Cube contains the dataload timings

Hi,

We want to reschedule the dataloads on our BW (2.1C) system. At the moment we have dataloads scheduled for 3 regions (Europe, Asia, America). It will help a lot if there is an existing query (from the Technical Content) which we can use to see how long a dataload is taking.

Thanks for your advice

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    Posted on Apr 28, 2004 at 04:46 AM

    There is a How To paper (service.sap.com/bw) with instructions for installing the BW Statistics cubes.

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      > We do have already the BW Stats Cubes installed, I

      > can't find the query (if it's exists) which contains

      > the load times.

      You can write your own query against 0BWTC_C05. Use the KF's Records (proc. WHM) 0TCTMNREC0, Time (WHM Process) 0TCTMTIME, Frequency 0TCTSTAUIK, and the char Trans. type (WHM) 0TCTWHMACT.

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    Posted on Apr 30, 2004 at 01:33 AM

    The are several sheets in the delivered BW Statistics workbook related to Load (WHM). An example of the queries used is 0BWTC_C10_Q313.

    Note: You can also find information on load times using ST03... Select Expert Mode (near top left of screen) to see BW data, select the day, week or month, select Upload under Analysis Views. Options on the tab strips let you filter the source, or change the summarization etc..

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