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Transaction SAT - Analyze Performance of Classes

Hi,

is it possible to analyze performance of classes directly? In transaction SAT, I'm only able to execute Transaction, Program, or Function Module. How can I analyze performance using transaction SAT of classes without writing a program?

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Thanks.

/Björn-Henrik

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2012 at 10:43 AM

    Hi,

    how would you test / run your classes / methods without writing a program?

    Whatever transaction you use for that you can trace. Use the "Explicit Switching on and off measurement" setting in

    the trace variant.

    The principle is explained here for ST12 (which can't trace function modules) and the "particular unit" setting which

    is exactly the same as the "Explicit Switching on and off measurement" setting.

    ST12 - tracing function modules

    Hope this helps,

    Hermann

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  • Posted on Jan 05, 2012 at 10:52 AM

    Hi,

    obviously, my question is unclear. Let me clarify:

    1) I want to use transaction SAT

    2) I do not want to assign a transaction, write a program, or write a function module.

    3) I just want to performance analyze my class.

    Possible?

    Thanks.

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  • Posted on Jan 05, 2012 at 10:39 AM

    Assign the transaction to the method of a class through se93 and use the same transaction for testing the runtime.

    Kesav

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