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How to find a entry for Bex query in Main memory

Dear Experts,

Here, I tried optimizing the Bex query read mode with following settings:

Read Mode: " A " Query to Read All Data At Once

cache mode: "2" Main Memory Cache with Swapping

Persistence Mode: BLOB

Then I clicked "Generate Report"

After sucessful run of the query, I assumed the available entry for the above run query in "cache monitor->Main Memory->Buffer Objects:Hierarchical Display", but unfortunately I could not find the above run query from the available list.

Could some one please help me to fix this. This is requried as the second run for the same query sould be from main memory rather from the infoprovider/Database.so that run time for the second time can be reduced.

Hope I am clear with my requirement.

Kindly let me know if you need any additional information from the same.

Thanks in advance!

Best Regards,

Mannu

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  • Posted on Nov 02, 2011 at 04:14 PM

    The transaction code RSRCACHE should display the query results that are cached. Reporting Agent can also be used to pre-execute queries for users to have an available cache.

    Keep in mind that the cache ONLY applies if the user's execution of the query has EXACTLY the same variable values (or variants) for which the query was executed. Or the query has no variables.. all variables are exits (for example, current day).

    Finally, check your cache settings. You may have them turned off.

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 10:59 AM

    Hi Mannu,

    There is one reason (though not the most common reason) is that the query gets generated each time at execution due to a bug as SAP note 1528921 (Queries regenerated each time during execution). This also leads to no cache being found in RSRCACHE.

    To see whether this is the case, after query execution, go to RSRT -> technical information and see whether the generation time is updated to the recent time. If generation time is still the old time, then it's not the case. If generation time is updated, it should be the case.

    Regards,

    Patricia

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