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Performance on virtual Infoprovider / 0FIGL_V10

Hi Experts,

we have built a cash flow query based on 0FIGL_V10. The performance is quite miserable as it is a virtual infoprovider. Are there any suggestions to tweak the performance ? Does an aggregate on 0FIGL_C10 (the basis of of V10) help at all ?

Thanks for you inputs !

Regards,

Max

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  • Posted on Aug 16, 2011 at 09:45 AM

    Hello Max,

    Please have a look at this SAP Note which has helped customers with similar issues:

    1173380 - Changes to service function modules of FI-GL virtual cubes

    Another customer who faced similar performance issues with virtualproviders solved

    the problem by setting parameter STAR_TRANSFORMATION_ENABLED to TRUE.

    Please check if this is set to FALSE and if so, change it to TRUE as per SAP Note 830576.

    830576 - Parameter recommendations for Oracle 10g

    Best Regards

    Barry

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    Posted on Nov 10, 2011 at 02:48 PM

    Hi, I have the same question.

    Anyone know if virtual Providers like 0FIGL_V10

    Based on Function Modules

    will use aggregates in 0FIGL_C10 ?

    Best Regards

    Ingrid

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      Hi Ingrid,

      as far as I know - but I am not 100% sure - they don't use aggregates.

      Maybe you can try and test your query in RSRT and check if aggregates are used.

      Hope this helps

      Viele Grüße

      Max

  • Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 07:39 PM

    The other alternative in the long-run would be to use the standard InfoCubes 0FIGL_C10, and enhance that to load more frequently, e.g., once every 2 hours.

    That way, you still have up-to-date information, without the performance bottlenecks of using a VirtualProvider.

    This alternative however, will incur some resources to develop and deploy.

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