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BPC - Splitting P&L from Main logic

Hi All,

We have a BPC solution with 6 applications. Ultimately all applications will post data to P&L Application. If there are multiple users on the system at the same time working with different applications (or same application), when everyone is trying to post data into P&L at the same time, System is becoming incredibly slow (because of concurrency locking). We are looking at splitting P&L off and running it as a background job and at this stage understand that no users will be allowed in the system or at least send data while this P&L background posting is running.

What I would like to know is; is anyone else out there doing this and how do you manage it as a process?

Running it overnight is fine of course but how do you achieve updates during the day, we have tight deadlines and I know this will be a requirement.

BTW, we are using Custom logic BADI (ABAP code) for posting data into P&L. Would it be better (in terms of performance), if we use script logic?

Thanks in advance.

Raj

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 08:20 AM

    Instead of posting to P&L application , what ever needs to be posted to P&L can be calculated & saved in respective applications in an another datasource ,for example PL, during the day . And in the night , this data can be copied to P&L application .

    Hope this helps.

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      maybe you just need to revisit your business process.

      all departments could enter their information into the relevation applications. and then the actual transfer into the P&L app could be an admin task that only one person (or one team) looks after, and they can just go through each application one after the other?

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