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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction
2.2.2 Upload Performance
3 General Performance-influencing Factors
3.1.1 Data Modeling
3.2.1 Hardware Impact
3.2.2 IT Landscape and Configuration
3.3 Administration
3.3.1 Archiving
3.3.2 Load Balancing
3.3.3 Reorganization of Log Tables
3.3.4 Traces and logs
4 Extraction in the Source System (Service-API)
4.1.1 Settings of Extractors
4.1.2 Indices on DataSource tables
4.1.3 Customer Enhancements
4.2 Application-specific Settings
4.2.1 Logistics Extractors
4.2.2 LIS InfoStructures
4.2.3 CO Extractors
5 Data Load Performance
5.1.1 Upload Sequence
5.1.2 PSA Partition Size
5.1.3 Parallelizing Upload
5.1.4 Transformation Rules
5.1.5 Export DataSource
5.2 Flat File Upload
5.2.1 Flat File Upload
5.3.1 Parallel Master Data Load
5.3.2 Buffering Number Range
5.3.3 Change Run
5.4 Upload into an InfoCube
5.4.1 Dropping Indices before Loading
5.4.2 Buffering Number Range
5.4.3 Compression
5.4.4 Roll-Up
5.4.5 Change Run
5.4.6 Request Handling
5.5 Upload into an ODS object
5.5.1 ODS Objects Data Activation
5.5.2 Indices
5.5.3 Data Activation Performance and Flag “BEx Reporting”
5.5.4 Unique Records in ODS Objects
5.5.5 Request Handling
6 Query Performance
6.1 Query Definition
6.1.1 Query Definition
6.1.2 Virtual Key Figures / Characteristics
6.1.3 Query Read Mode
6.1.4 Reporting Formatting
6.2.1 Indices
6.2.2 Compression
6.3 Aggregates
6.3.1 Aggregates
6.3.2 Aggregate Block Size
6.3.3 MOLAP Aggregates
6.4.1 ODS Objects
6.4.2 MultiProviders
6.4.3 OLAP Cache
6.4.4 Hierarchies
6.5 Authorizations
6.5.1 Reporting Authorizations
7 Web Application Performance
7.1.1 Pre-calculated Web Templates (Reporting Agent)
7.2.1 Web Items
7.2.2 Stateless / Stateful Connection
7.2.3 HTTP / HTTPS
7.3.1 Portal iView Cache
7.3.2 Compressing Web Applications and using Browser Cache
7.4.1 Frontend Implications on Network Load
8 DB-Specific Performance Features
8.1.1 Table Partitioning
8.1.2 DB Statistics
8.1.3 Disk Layout
8.1.4 Raw Device / File System
8.2.1 Locally-managed tablespaces
8.2.2 Parallel Query Option (PQO)
8.3.1 Parallel Database
9 Analysis Tools
9.1.1 Upload Monitor
9.1.2 SAP Statistics
9.1.3 Query Monitor
9.1.4 Query Trace Tool
9.1.5 Analysis and Repair of BW Objects
9.2.1 Process Overview
9.2.2 Workload Monitor
9.2.3 SQL Trace
9.2.4 ABAP Runtime Analysis
9.2.5 OS, Memory and Buffer Monitor
9.2.6 Database Monitor and Table/Index Overview
9.2.7 Performance Analyses of Web Applications
10 Appendix
10.1 Performant ABAP customer enhancements
10.1.1 Algorithms
10.1.2 DB Accesses
10.2 Related Topics
10.2.1 Temporary DB Objects
10.2.2 DB Storage Parameter
10.2.3 Minimizing Downtime during Extraction
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Performance Tuning for Sap Bw

Performance Tuning for Sap Bw

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