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Information about Tcode STAT

Hello gurus

I need an information about the tcode STAT. The informations are written in stat files at the end of each dialog step of the work processes. All the types of work processes write information on stat files or only the dialog work processes write information on stat files?

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  • Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 07:24 PM

    Well let's see. Trnx STAT and STAT files are 2 different subjects BUT are related. The STAT trnx looks at the STAT file when you call it up. The STAT file is a collection of business processes based on a performance job, that you should have scheduled to run regularly, called, COLLECTOR_FOR_PERFORMANCE , or job RSCOLL00. Hope this helps.

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      Hello Voiding,

      I want with Michael and just wanted to add few inputs in addition to Michael's comments...

      The business transaction analysis uses the statistics files STAT and ASTAT (dialog step statistics and application statistics) in the file system of the relevant instances as its data sources. This data basis allows more detailed analysis than the other analysis views of the workload monitors, which use the aggregated data from the workload collector database as their data source. Note that you can only execute the business transaction analysis for the period for which the statistics files are retained (by default, 48 hours).

      Hope your query is answered.

      Thanks,

      Siva Kumar

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