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Re: RE: [sap-basis] rdisp/max_wprun_time more than 900?
May 28, 2009, 10:50
Filed under: SAP Downloads, Uncategorized

Posted by D. Caddick
on 08/04/2008 02:26:00 AM

a better solution would be to analise the report and investigate why it is taking so long.
it may indicate you need indexes or running statistics on some tables.
> From: “Amit Asthana via sap-basis” <>
> Date: 2008/08/03 Sun PM 11:59:55 GMT
> To: D. Caddick <>
> Subject: RE: [sap-basis] rdisp/max_wprun_time more than 900?
> There is away to solve this problem .
> If you ask your developer to modify this program in such a manner that whenever this job is executed ,it shall set the dialog excution time of the assigned WP to an appropriate value i.e. 1800 and once the program is finished ,it shall reset the WP run time to default.
> Bow as of Nw 2004 ,you can increase and decrease the Dialog runtime value dynamically.Hope it helps
> Thanks and Best Regards
> Amit Asthana
> From: sap-basis@Groups.ITtoolbox.comTo: amit_asthana2001@hotmail.comDate: Fri, 1 Aug 2008 14:56:47 +0000Subject: RE:[sap-basis] rdisp/max_wprun_time more than 900?
> As far as I know , increasing the time wil effect the dialog work process and so the performance. Try to run them as background jobs which is the best option. By just increasing the time , the report may run but you may not be able to indetify if there are any bottlenecks in the design or program related with the report. —–Original Message—– Hi, Is it a good practice to increase rdisp/max_wprun_time more than 900? I have a report that used to timeout most of the time.For some reason Icant run that In background.What you suggest ..?? Thanks, Prince
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