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How to check the DB hits for a report without checking SE38, SA38 and SE80

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Hi,

I want to check the number of DB hits for a report with out using SE38, SA38 and SE80 and not even SQL trace ST05, can any one please tell me how to do this . I was  asked in a interview. Dont know wahts the requirement and why we are using

Thanks,

RG

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former_member197916
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try SE30 or SAT ,basically used for runtime analysis

Ryan-Crosby
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Hi Ramya,

You can find statistical information including DB hits for a report using STAD.

Regards,

Ryan Crosby

thanga_prakash
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Run transaction SAT for the transaction or the program which you want to check.

In tab DB tables --> Column Accesses will give you the DB hits for that particular table.