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Technical article for the Housekeeping of UPL / SCMON cubes with Solman 7.2.

In the following article I will explain where the Housekeeping values ​​in the UPL / SCMON cubes have to be changed, so that the systems that already had previous values ​​are modified with the new values.

Until SP06 of SOLMAN 7.2 to change the housekeeping values ​​for UPL / SCMON cubes for systems that already have it configured, it is not enough to change it here:

TX SOLMAN_SETUP> Usage Logging> Change Default Settings

 

If it is changed in the previous option, these values ​​will only have an effect for systems that are configured from 0 and that have not already configured Housekeeping values.

 

But, what happens with the systems already configured? That their values ​​are not modified.

 

To change the Housekeeping parameters in these systems, we have to access the following table E2E_BI_DELETE (TX SE16):

And modify the values ​​in the systems that we want to change from Housekeeping.

 

In this case we choose one of the systems and we put the values ​​chosen in the option Usage Logging> Change Default Settings:

 

0SM_UPLDD (Cube for daily SCMON) -> Value 14 days.

 

0SM_UPLDM (Cube for monthly SCMON) -> Value 18 months.

 

0SM_UPLDW (Cube for weekly SCMON) -> Value 12 weeks.

 

0SM_UPLDY (Cube for annual SCMON) -> Value 10 years.

 

0SM_UPL (Cube for daily UPL) -> Value 14 days.

 

0SM_UPL_M (Cube for monthly UPL) -> Value 18 months.

 

0SM_UPL_W (Cube for weekly UPL) -> Value 12 weeks.

 

0SM_UPL_Y (Cube for annual UPL) -> Value 10 years.

 

The following links appear information about UPL:

https://blogs.sap.com/2014/12/10/usage-procedure-logging-upl/

And in the following SCMON:

https://blogs.sap.com/2017/04/06/abap-call-monitor-scmon-analyze-usage-of-your-code/

 

I hope this article will help you in your Solution Manager.

Thank you.

 

David Gómez

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