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Recently I was responsible for a performance benchmark test and I need to create a large number of One order documents as test data. For each created document, it is assigned with a random number of items and a random sales / service order from organization unit pool. as we need a draft overview statistic about the order item number distribution and the usage of each organization as Sales / Service organization unit, I write this simple tool.
Run the following report, and it gives the following output in my system:
REPORT z.
DATA(result) = zcl_crm_order_statistic=>count( ).

cl_demo_output=>begin_section(
      `Order Item number overview` ).

cl_demo_output=>display( result-item ).

cl_demo_output=>begin_section(
      `Sales Org usage overview` ).

cl_demo_output=>display( result-sales ).

cl_demo_output=>begin_section(
      `Service Org usage overview` ).

cl_demo_output=>display( result-service ).
Below picture means there are one order in my system which has been assigned with 5000 items, and 1 order with 2000 items etc.
If you would like to know the exact order information, set breakpoint on the end line of method count_item, then you can find the order guid from column DETAIL:
The below screenshot means the Sales Organization 50000732 are used in 38746 orders.
And this is for Service Org accordingly.
The source code of ZCL_CRM_ORDER_STATISTIC could be found from my github.
If you would like to achieve a better display of result, for example, to review them in browser instead of SAPGUI, you can refer to this blogĀ Step by step to use jChartFX in BSP application.
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