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0pm_om_opa2

Hello Everybody,

This is regarding the upload (delta) Data source 0PM_OM_OPA_2. ( Plant maintenace module, maintenace order costs and allocation) In the Production environment we were trying to extract data (for INIT) and we were continuously getting dump in R3(-458-long transaction time in table COVP). (selection parameters were 001.2004 to 016.9999 for the FISCPER and '20'for CURTYPE.).

As the above failed we have done INIT controlling area (KOKRS) wise and was able to complete the same in reasonable time.

When we started delta upload , first delta was successful and has taken appx 4.5 hours. Next day during second delta it has again given long transaction dump (-458 for table COVP) in R3 after 6 hours.

It is clear that Delta is taking too long a time, which may cause a dump again.

Is there any reason why this 0pm_om_opa2 delta extraction is taking such long time and giving dump? Can any body suggest a solution.

Thanks in advance

Rajesh

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    Posted on Jan 24, 2005 at 02:51 PM

    You may want to check table COEP indexes. You need an index (I think it's 3 or 4) that contains the field TIMESTMP. Check if the index is active and exists on the database.

    Best regards

    Dirk

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      I've had another idea. Sometimes performance problems are caused in the BW. You may want to load the delta into the PSA only and mark the box 'Update Subsequently Into Data Targets'.

      This helps especially if you load lots of new records where SID creation takes a lot of time.

      Best regards

      Dirk

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