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Blogs by

Martin Lauer

Do you need to know by the time you enter the office if the jobs that were scheduled during the night ended without errors? Do you want to receive customized job reports on your mobile

Does this sound familiar to you: “…based on time-based schedulers, resulting in latency, idle time and gaps in critical processes. It took many people with “eyes on screens” watching everything to make sure the billing

Does this sound familiar to you: “…based on time-based schedulers, resulting in latency, idle time and gaps in critical processes. It took many people with “eyes on screens” watching everything to make sure the billing

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SAP Press bietet das Kapitel Job Scheduling Management als Leseprobe des Buches Run SAP an. Direkter Link zum Auszug: http://www.sap-press.de/download/dateien/2217/sappress_run_sap.pdf Link zum Buch: http://www.sap-press.de/katalog/buecher/titel/gp/titelID-2149

The LMDB documentation (http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-29495) really confused me because I was unsure if Technical or Product Systems are assigned to a Logical Component, but see for yourself: Fact is: Technical Systems (TS) are assigned to Logical

While querying the web for information about the CAP theorem  I found an interesting paper titled “The five-minute rule twenty years later, and how flash memory changes the rules” by Goetz Graefe.   The “five minute

For the monitoring of SAP CPS by Redwood jobs with SAP Solution Manager there are two options: Push Monitoring Push Monitoring allows monitoring of all kinds of jobs, e.g. XBP, JXBP, Business Objects jobs, Job

Problem: No Connection to SAP CPS by Redwood: An analysis reveals that your Business Automation Enabler (BAE) connection is not working, but the SAP Solution Manager integration is based on the BAE API. Solution:  Please

Churchill said “it is difficult to make predictions, especially about the future”. I will not try to do so. In this blog I just mention two approaches to solve the I/O bottleneck using Solid-State Memory in