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Database Tables and Predefined Views

The statistics data is spread over a number of different database tables.

It is therefore easiest to use two predefined views (RSDDSTAT_OLAP and RSDDSTAT_DM). You use Data Browser (transaction SM16) to do this.

  • View RSDDSTAT_OLAP contains the data from the events in the areas for the front end and calculation layer in the analytic manager (Front End/Calculation Layer):
    Field Description

    SESSIONUID

    UID of the user session (a role area)

    STEPUID

    UID of the user step

    HANDLEID

    Counter for the runtime object

    HANDLETP

    Type of runtime object

    EVENTID

    ID (NUMC9) of the event from the RSDDSTATEVENTS table

    UNAME

    User name

    STEPTP

    Type of step (RSDDSTATSTEPTP table)

    STEPCNT

    Ascending count of steps

    UTIME

    Time (type TIMS) from STARTTIME field

    CALDAY

    Calendar day (type DATS) from STARTTIME field

    RUNTIME

    Duration of a step in seconds

    INFOPROV

    InfoProvider (if valid)

    OBJNAME

    Name of the runtime object (such as query or Web template)

    OBJPROP

    Properties of the object encoded as CHAR10

    Example for queries:

    • Read mode (see data element RSRREADMODE)
    • Mode for data integrity (see data element RRACTUALDATA)
    • Delta cache on/off (see data element RRDELTACACHE)
    • Partition mode (see data element RRSPPARTIONMODE)
    • Cache mode (see data element RSRCACHEMODE)
    • Persistence mode (see data element RSRPERSISTMODE)

    STATLEVEL

    Statistics detail level (0, 1, 2)

    EVTIME

    (Net) Runtime of event

    EVCOUNT

    Counter for this event (not required for all events)

    EVENTIDCNT

    Number of calls for this event (for internal use only)

    STARTTIME

    Start time of step in yyyymmddhhmmss,mmmuuun format

  • View RSDDSTAT_DM contains the event data from the area for the aggregation layer and analytic manager:
    Field Description

    STEPUID

    UID of the user step

    HANDLEID

    Counter for the runtime object

    HANDLETP

    Type of runtime object

    DMUID

    UIP for data manager access

    ACCESSCNT

    Data access counter (database, BW accelerator, RFC and so on) during a data manager event

    UNAME

    User name

    UTIME

    Time (type TIMS) from STARTTIME field

    CALDAY

    Calendar day (type DATS) from STARTTIME field

    OBJNAME

    Name of the runtime object (such as query or Web template)

    INFOPROV

    InfoProvider

    PARTPROV

    If INPROV is a MultiProvider, PARTPROV specifies the InfoProvider contained in it

    AGGREGATE

    Technical name of the aggregate or BWA index (if applicable)

    TABLTP

    Type of fact table (F or E) if InfoCube or aggregate accessed

    TIMEDMPREP

    Preparation time of data access, for ACCESSCNT = 0 only, since not parallel

    TIMEDMPOST

    Postprocessing time for data, for ACCESSCNT = 0 only, since not parallel

    TIMEREAD

    Data read time (database, RFC for example)

    TIMESID

    Time for calculation/determination of new SIDs

    TIMENAVATTR

    Time for reading master data

    TIMEHIERARCHY

    Time for hierarchy handling. Contains the time to explode the hierarchy and the time needed to store the hierarchy on the database or SAP BW Accelerator for further processing.

    DBSEL

    Number of records read from the database

    DBTRANS

    Number of records transferred

    WP_ID

    ID of the work process where the (possibly parallel) data read access was made

    STARTTIME

    Start time of step in yyyymmddhhmmss,mmmuuun format