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Most accessing tables

Hi Experts,

We have CRM 7 with SQl 2008 server. i want to check most accessed database tables. Please let me know how to find this any T-code or Sql query to find this.

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Jyothish

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    Posted on May 05, 2011 at 09:32 AM

    Dear Jyothish.

    I don't know if this is what you really look for, but at least for a first look I recommend you just calling transaction DBACOCKPIT and select "Performance", "SQL Statements". There you have a large collection of statements beginning with the ones with which the system has spent more time ("sum of total time" column), and there are two reasons for the system to spend so much time:

    - Every time the statement is called, it spends a lot of time (check column "avg Time") => this will help you detecting performance issues (if there are any).

    - This statement was called a lot of times and so, the overall time spent is high even though it is performant (check column "sum of calls") => this will help you identifying the most checked tables (check the column "ObjName").

    I hope this sheds some light on your question.

    Cheers!

    --Jesús Garcia

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