Performance Tuning - Suggestions
I have an ABAP (Interactive List) Program times out in PRD very often. The ABAP run time is about 99%. The DB time is less than 1%. All the select statements has the table index in place. Actually it isprocessing all the Production Orders (Released but not Confirmed/Closed). Please let me know if you have any suggestion.
Appreciate Your Help.
1) Dont use nested select statements
2) If possible use for all entries in addition
3) In the where addition make sure you give all the primary key
4) Use Index for the selection criteria.
5) You can also use inner joins
6) You can try to put the data from the first select statement into an Itab and then in order to select the data from the second table use for all entries in.
7) Use the runtime analysis SE30 and SQL Trace (ST05) to identify the performance and also to identify where the load is heavy, so that you can change the code accordingly
ABAP performance depends upon various factors and in devicded in three parts:
Run Any program using SE30 (performance analys) to improve performance refer to tips and trics section of SE30, Always remember that ABAP perfirmance is improved when there is least load on Database.
u can get an interactive grap in SE30 regarding this with a file.
also if u find runtime of parts of codes then use :
Switch on RTA Dynamically within ABAP Code
*To turn runtim analysis on within ABAP code insert the following code
SET RUN TIME ANALYZER ON.
*To turn runtim analysis off within ABAP code insert the following code
SET RUN TIME ANALYZER OFF.
Always check the driver internal tables is not empty, while using FOR ALL ENTRIES
Avoid for all entries in JOINS
Try to avoid joins and use FOR ALL ENTRIES.
Try to restrict the joins to 1 level only ie only for tables
Avoid using Select *.
Avoid having multiple Selects from the same table in the same object.
Try to minimize the number of variables to save memory.
The sequence of fields in 'where clause' must be as per primary/secondary index ( if any)
Avoid creation of index as far as possible
Avoid operators like <>, > , < & like % in where clause conditions
Avoid select/select single statements in loops.
Try to use 'binary search' in READ internal table. Ensure table is sorted before using BINARY SEARCH.
Avoid using aggregate functions (SUM, MAX etc) in selects ( GROUP BY , HAVING,)
Avoid using ORDER BY in selects
Avoid Nested Selects
Avoid Nested Loops of Internal Tables
Try to use FIELD SYMBOLS.
Try to avoid into Corresponding Fields of
Avoid using Select Distinct, Use DELETE ADJACENT
Check the following Links
check the below link
See the following link if it's any help:
Check also http://service.sap.com/performance
Performance tuning for Data Selection Statement
Run Time Analyser
CATT - Computer Aided Testing Too
ECATT - Extended Computer Aided testing tool.
Just refer to these links...
You can go to the transaction SE30 to have the runtime analysis of your program.Also try the transaction SCI , which is SAP Code Inspector.
1 Always check the driver internal tables is not empty, while using FOR ALL ENTRIES
2 Avoid for all entries in JOINS
3 Try to avoid joins and use FOR ALL ENTRIES.
4 Try to restrict the joins to 1 level only ie only for 2 tables
5 Avoid using Select *.
6 Avoid having multiple Selects from the same table in the same object.
7 Try to minimize the number of variables to save memory.
8 The sequence of fields in 'where clause' must be as per primary/secondary index ( if any)
9 Avoid creation of index as far as possible
10 Avoid operators like <>, > , < & like % in where clause conditions
11 Avoid select/select single statements in loops.
12 Try to use 'binary search' in READ internal table. Ensure table is sorted before using BINARY SEARCH.
13 Avoid using aggregate functions (SUM, MAX etc) in selects ( GROUP BY , HAVING,)
14 Avoid using ORDER BY in selects
15 Avoid Nested Selects
16 Avoid Nested Loops of Internal Tables
17 Try to use FIELD SYMBOLS.
18 Try to avoid into Corresponding Fields of
19 Avoid using Select Distinct, Use DELETE ADJACENT.