Variable Selection option takes lot of time

Hi All,
One of my variable for the info object "0GL_Account" is taking lot of time while displaying the list for selection options (almost 12-13 mins for 950 records). I tried bmany changes in the info object properties.....but in vain........moreover, many other variables with equal no. of records are all performing properly. Please suggest the remedy...

Hi,
It depends how are you reading your InfoObject master data in the query.
You can read the values that exist in the InfoProvider, or you can read the values that exist in the master data of the InfoObject.
Both options take different time in reading the values.
You can try both options in transaction rsd1 tab Business Explorer in the option "Query Execution Filter Val. Selectn".
Diogo.

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    INFO: OracleResultSetImpl.wasNull()
    4-apr-2011 4:05:12 oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleResultSetImpl getTimestamp
    INFO: OracleResultSetImpl.getTimestamp(columnIndex=4)
    4-apr-2011 4:05:12 oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleResultSetImpl wasNull
    INFO: OracleResultSetImpl.wasNull()
    4-apr-2011 4:05:12 oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleResultSetImpl wasNull
    INFO: OracleResultSetImpl.wasNull()
    4-apr-2011 4:05:12 oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleResultSetImpl next
    FINE: OracleResultSetImpl.next(): closed=false
    4-apr-2011 4:05:12 oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleResultSetImpl next
    FINER: closed=false, statement.currentRow=0, statement.totalRowsVisited=1, statement.maxRows=0, statement.validRows=1, statement.gotLastBatch=true
    4-apr-2011 4:05:12 oracle.jdbc.driver.PhysicalConnection needLine
    FINE: PhysicalConnection.needLine()--no return
    4-apr-2011 4:05:12 oracle.jdbc.driver.T2CPreparedStatement closeQuery
    FINE: T2CPreparedStatement.closeQuery ()
    4-apr-2011 4:05:12 oracle.jdbc.driver.T2CPreparedStatement closeQuery
    FINE: T2CPreparedStatement.closeQuery () returns: void
    4-apr-2011 4:05:12 oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleResultSetImpl close
    INFO: OracleResultSetImpl.close()
    Regards
    Sunil

    Hi,
    Thanks for the reply
    - SQL may vary. Its not the same query which takes time always. The same query executed immediately(using another connection from pool) works perfectly
    - If there is a failover or stale connection getting closed or timeout, will JDBC driver thhrows exdeption? I didn't see any exceptions in the driver logs. Is there anyway to identify whether failover or timeout is happening?
    Some other points
    - The application uses connection pooling. This means that connections are created in the beginning and kept in the pool. And it may be in the pool for 72 hours or , before this issue happens
    - Application uses prepared statements and the statements are preapred and kept and re used later. So the query which take s more time might be prepared before 48 hours or so.
    - This is not happening every day. Many times the pattern is , it happens after 60-72 hours after application is started.
    Sunil

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