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Procedure documentationDisplaying Data Allocation Statistics


You can generate data allocation statistics to get an overview of how data is distributed between the entities in your system landscape.


See the prerequisites described under Statistics and Trends.


  1. Under Statistics and Trends, select a scenario or system in the table and choose Data Allocation Statistics.

  2. Specify the period you want to analyze and the frequency of the analysis.

  3. Specify the entities in your system landscape for which you want to perform the analysis.

    Note Note

    You can only show the data distribution for archiving objects if an archiving object analysis has been scheduled in the Analysis view. You must have scheduled the analysis type Simple Archiving Object or Complex Archiving Object.

    Due to the dependence of this report type on the scheduling of analysis jobs and their parameters, this view does not provide an overview of the entire database.

    To display tables that are archived by more than one archiving object, you must have scheduled an analysis of the type Complex Archiving Object. For more information, see Analyses.

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  4. Select the information you want to display:

    • On the Products tab page, you can view the data distribution in your landscape based on various statistics, such as top growth percentage, top deviation, and so on.

    • On the Systems, Application Area, Document Type, Archiving Object, and Tables tab pages, you have the additional option to refine the analysis under Details (Manual Input), for example, by specifying the number of input parameters of a system or object that you want to analyze.

  5. To refine the analysis, you can set various parameters.

  6. After you have made your selection, you have two options:

    • To check your entries, choose Check.

    • To display the results, choose Execute.


The system displays a detailed overview of the data distribution in your system landscape, consisting of the following information:

  • Graphical overview of the results

  • Conditions

    You can define additional conditions that reduce the overall results to specific information. To do so, choose Create and make the following entries:

    1. Enter a name for the condition and specify whether the condition is active.

    2. Define the characteristics you want to apply for the condition.

    3. You can also refine the condition by specifying additional conditions with operators and the values you require.

    4. Confirm your entries.

      The condition appears as a new row in the table.

    5. You can activate or deactivate existing conditions within the table by choosing the status icon.

  • Navigation block

    You can filter the overall results based on specific characteristics and display the results in a table.

  • Tabular overview of the results