Statistical records in SAP Focused Run

Focused Run has functions to fetch ST03N data from ABAP backend systems and use the data for analysis in SAP Focused Run System Analysis functions.

System analysis SSI activation

First step is to switch on the general functions for system analysis during SSI activation. Full help link from SAP can be found here.

In Focused Run start SM30 for table RCA_SSI_CONF and add entry for activation:

Repeat SSI

For the system that you want to have ST03N data collected, you need to repeat the SSI.

Check the detailed step in the SSI for the Statistical records aggregation:

Activate per system in System Analysis

Next step is to activate it per system in System Analysis:

Go to the settings per system and make sure Performance (aggregated statistical records) is activated:

Overview of all systems

In System Analysis, go to the bottom left tool section to open the Aggregation Configuration tool:

The overview page opens:

Now you can see both configuration and data collection is ok.

Using statistical records

Go to the System Analysis tile and select the scope:

On the left side menu switch to the ABAP performance view:

In the new view in the ABAP frontend workload, push expand the screen button:

Now you get a list of all transactions. To make it simple we filter on EntryID (in this case we filter on ME to search for the procurement transactions):

Top right, there is the download to xls button. This is a very useful tool! In XLS you can post process the data.

You can also filter and sort on other elements like amount of executions.

To get a trend, click on the trend graph, in this example the trend for ME23N transaction:

Raw table data

If you have a specific query that is not met with the out-of-the-box reports, you can use SE16 on the Focused Run backend for table STATDBUSERTCODE. In this table the raw data is stored.

<< This blog was originally posted on SAP Focused Run Guru by Frank Umans. Repost done with permission. >>

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