This episode of Productivity Power Play continues the analysis we started last time of a flavor submitted by a customer. You may recall that their issue was that the performance of transaction IW32, change maintenance order, did not meet their expectations. This time, we look at how tab merging and scripting work to combine information from different locations onto a single screen.
Sebastian Steinhauer takes you inside the SAP Screen Personas system to provide an analysis of how the client and back-end interact when you want to merge information from multiple locations (tabs in this case) onto a single screen.
Watch Productivity Power Play episode 25 – scripting and tab merging performance tuning
Watch Productivity Power Play episode 24 – part 1 of the analysis of customer’s IW32 flavor