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Procedure: Overview



Before you start analyzing the trace records, you must first switch off the Performance Trace. (It is also possible to display a trace without switching it off beforehand. In this case, however, the display procedure is also recorded in the trace file, in accordance with the set filter criteria for the trace.


For more information, refer to:

Stopping the Trace Recording.

Before displaying the trace records, you can use a display filter to specify the records to be edited and the information that you want to look at.

For more information, refer to:

Display Filters.

When you display the trace records, you can choose between a basic list and an extended list. Both lists display an overview of the logged actions and performance data. In addition, you can display a trace list sorted by time.

For more information, refer to:

Displaying Lists of Trace Records.
In both lists – the simple trace list and the extended list – you have the same range of functions for analyzing the listed statements and other performance data.

The time-sorted trace lists is only slightly different from the trace lists mentioned above. For more information on the transaction, process type, client, and user, call up the function Display->User, Transaction and so on…… in the Goto menu.

For more information, refer to:

Analyzing Trace Records

Other analysis options depend on the trace types that you are using. See also:

SQL Trace or

Enqueue Trace or

RFC Trace.

Display Filter

Prerequisites

You have switched off the performance trace and have opened the display filter after choosing Display Trace or the corresponding menu entry from the initial screen of the performance trace.

Use

You can use the display filter (Set Restrictions for Displaying Trace) to restrict the number of logged trace records that are displayed on the basic list (Trace List), detailed list, or time-sorted list.



Features

If you do not enter any selections, all of the trace records are selected.

Specifying the Trace Type to Display

The SAP system also initializes this parameter from the system environment. The default trace type is SQL trace. If you start the display filter directly after the recording, the trace type appears as it was last configured.

Specifying the Trace Interval

The system initializes the trace interval from 00:00:00 to the current system time on today’s date. However, if you start the display filter directly after the recording, the trace interval is set from the start time to the end time of the recording.

Note that if you are working on a distributed system, where the clocks on the database server and the application servers are not synchronized, any times determined automatically by the system may be inaccurate, which in turn may mean that not all trace records are displayed.

Enter Further Selections

For further information refer to:

Other Filters

Update Selection Criteria

With this button, your display filter entries are updated. You can also use the ENTER key for this.

Select Operator for Selection Conditions

With this button, you can change the default option and select and operator. To do so, place the cursor on the relevant parameter.

Initialize the Selection Criteria

If you repeat the performance trace during a session, the default filter parameters are set to your last selections. Use the Initialize All Selection Criteria function (right mouse button) to restore the original defaults.

Delete Selected Selection Criterion

Choose this button to reset restrictions for individual parameters (see also Other Selection Options).

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