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This episode of Productivity Power Play continues looking at how to optimize performance of SAP Screen Personas scripts. We use a validation scenario in transaction IW31, creating a work order. The goal is to validate several entries on the first screen, before moving to the next screen in the process.



Tobias Queck examines the different steps that occur when you press a script button. He explores different scenarios and how to improve each step in the process. Since network latency plays a significant role in most scripts, reducing the number of round trips has a major impact on the overall performance of a script. This video discusses how to do that.


Watch Productivity Power Play episode 26 – optimizing scripts using performance data


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


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For the SAP Screen Personas product team, Peter Spielvogel.

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