I can recommend the tool: DBMON. It is included in the OS/400 operating system.
I used it  with BPCS 6.1, and achieved big performance improvements by creating
the right indexes on certain BPCS files. These indexes are proposed by DBMON.
You only have to create them by using SQL commands, and after that they are
available immediately.

if you want detailed info, ask me :

jos.kramer@kaochemicals.de

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Betreff:    ECM  Performance 
Verfasser:  <BPCS-L@midrange.com>
Datum:      08.07.99 18:35

I saw in OGS a tip on creating a LGL to help ECM performance for
incoming customer orders.
SQL in general in BPCS V6.xx seems to be a  dog.
Does anyone know of a way to get on top of SQL performance HOGS.

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