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T-code retention period in st03n

Dear experts,

We are using SAP ECC(6.0),SAP_BASIS(701)

st03n->switch to service engineer->analysis views->transaction profile->standard/earlywatch

I can see T-code history for last 7 days.On same screen it's showing some values like:

a) peroid: 23.04.2012- 29.04.2012

b)first record: 23.04.2012

c)second record:29.04.2012

d)task type: DIALOG

Please let me know,How to check current day, last 14 days ,last month etc.. t-code usage

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  • Posted on May 03, 2012 at 04:40 AM

    HI Sumit

    Go to ST03 N --> expert mode --> Collector and performance DB -->Performance database-->Monitring database -->Reorganization Here you will find the parameters for retention period.



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  • Posted on May 04, 2012 at 07:21 AM

    Hi Sumit,

    What you see there (period, first record and so on) is driven by what was selected in the upper left corner of your screen. Right below the place where you switch to service engineer, you should see date/dates restriction.

    btw: I'm not sure why you need to use service engineer view; I'm always using expert mode. Just curious - I've never found the reason to switch to service engineer.

    I hope it helps.



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