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The analysis view of the functional trace (transaction STATTRACE) displays the raw statistical data that has been filtered in accordance with the system selection and the data selection.

You can also for ABAP systems (SQL traces and runtime analyses) and display traces for non-ABAP systems.


Displaying the Raw Statistical Data
  • A data record contains the most important basic data, such as:
    • Action performed
    • User
    • Service
    • Subrecords for DSRs, where the following abbreviations are used among others:
      • RS for RFC server
      • RC for RFC client
      • CL for client
      • AD for ADM message
      • TB for table records
      • HC for HTTP Client Records
      • CS for call subrecords (a DSR component calls an external component)
    • Response, DB, DBP, and CPU time
    • Call, wait, load, and generation times
    • Process and thread IDs
    • Memory usage


You can use the usual layout functions to add columns, such as the GUID from the passport or the component name.


  • The analyzed (filtered) raw statistical data is displayed in one of the following display types, depending on your settings in the display and analysis options:


Hierarchy Display:

In the hierarchy display, the system first displays a list of initial systems; that is, systems in which an action was started. When an action was also processed in other components or instances, the system indicates this with >>>. The system displays a complete statistics record next to an initial system. This contains the totals of the values of all statistics records that are involved in the action triggered by the initial system.

If you want to display what this complete statistics record consists of, the call hierarchy that was used, expand the tree for the corresponding initial system. The system displays all components that the action ran through and the associated raw statistics records.



An administrator determines that a particular background job repeatedly lasts too long. To determine exactly how the time was spent, the administrator enters the time period to be investigated in data selection and specifies the background job as the initial action. A list of systems from which the background job was initially started then appears. The administrator can expand the tree for an initial system whose action lasted a long time and display the call hierarchy. This means that the administrator can see the individual stations that the action ran through. The statistics records for the individual stations are always displayed in chronological order.



List Display

In the list display, the individual records are grouped and listed by transaction ID with color coding. The list display uses an ALV Grid Control, with which you can extensively adjust the selected view to your requirements. You can use the standard functions of the ALV Grid Control to

  • Show and hide columns
  • Sort rows by the contents of a column
  • Set and delete filters
  • Perform summations
  • Export tables as a file type of your choice
  • Display tables as graphics
  • Save sort orders, filters, and selected columns as your layout


You can switch between the Hierarchy and List displays by selecting the appropriate entry in the Displaytree in the lower left subwindow.

You can show and hide the left subwindow by choosing Full Screen On/Off.


  • By double clicking a raw statistics record, you can switch to the detail view, which provides more detailed information.



See also:


Display and Analysis Options