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PPOSE hangs

Postby YuriT » Thu Jul 19, 2012 9:01 am

Hi,

Here is my problem. When I open PPOSE transaction, it just hangs there showing progress clock and nothing happens. No messages, nothing. Ccan hang like that for hours. I have tried it with SAP_ALL, no luck, so obviously not auth. issue. Also I have */ALL in structural auth. table T77UA.

It works for everyone else just fine.

Any ideas what may be the problem?
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Re: PPOSE hangs

Postby rangachary » Thu Jul 19, 2012 9:32 am

Do you have authority to view a humungous structure?

It does take a little bit of time to load if there are thousands of objects.
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Re: PPOSE hangs

Postby YuriT » Thu Jul 19, 2012 10:50 am

rangachary wrote:Do you have authority to view a humungous structure?

It does take a little bit of time to load if there are thousands of objects.


Is this some kind of special authorization? I tried with SAP_ALL and all structural authorizations. Also I tried to leave it and it timed out with dump on SAPLOM_FILL_COLUMNS program.

Looks like it is trying to build some structure
Last edited by YuriT on Thu Jul 19, 2012 10:53 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: PPOSE hangs

Postby rangachary » Fri Jul 20, 2012 4:07 am

No Yuri - no special authorisation - But if you have SAP_ALL and all structural authorizations, it means that if you have authority to view everything in the system. if you try PPOSE using the topmost root org unit, potentially, the system could take a lot of time building the structure as there could be thousands of org units. So the problem could be too much authorisation. Have you tried pulling the structure for an org unit way down in the list?




Having said that the system should be able to handle several thousand objects or so pretty niftily. I just tried in a development system with a structure containing 85700 objects and it took about 40 seconds. So my above theory would only be valid if you were working with a number well in excess of 85000.
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