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BPM performance- data aggregation persistance

Hi,

I have a situation of large volumes of records to be evaluated, aggregated and split into different scenarios.

Q1.

Best way to persist this aggregated data.

Q2.

Has anyone found, know or could suggest the best way for this to run optimal.

Regards

Ian

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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2005 at 12:28 PM

    Hi Ian,

    Best way is to use BPM I think. But be aware that you want to have the mapping outside BPM. In BPM mapping is more time consuming that outside!

    We use the BPM to split big messages into small ones and fire them each to an application and wait for the return. After we receive a response message, dependend on the type of response we activate different scenario's.

    Cheers,

    Paul

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      Hi Paul

      we definitely will use BPM but its using it in the most optimum way for performance.

      I having not seen any tuning tips for BPM have you?

      Was there a significant performance increase with mapping outside BMP?

      Regards

      Ian

  • Posted on Jan 10, 2005 at 02:27 PM

    Hi Ian,

    I have both implemented some services on XI 2.0 using ABAP-Proxys at a XI-Application-System / Cluster-Databases and the same services on XI 3.0 with BPM. The proxy solution was much more performant but of course the BPM-Solution has a better monitoring and the advantage of beeing in standard. For a proxy solution you have to copy a XI mandant and configure it as "Application System". It will serve as a message allocator. The ABAP-Code (or Java) is executed in the Inbound proxys, where you can call Outbound proxys or implement database operations.

    Regards Udo

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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2005 at 06:43 AM

    Hi Ian,

    Yes, performance increases when mapping is executed outside BPM, this is something SAP XI experts are telling us to do too!

    cheers,

    Paul

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