You notice poor performance of transaction CK40N on SQL Server. After analyzing through DBA Cockpit's SQL Statement (DBACockpit transaction > Performance > SQL Statements) you find the most impactful statement /* R3:SAPRCK60:526 T:MACKW */.
The ABAP code for this statement is present in the report SAPRCK60:
select * from mackw
into table t_mackw
for all entries in ck_matnr
where matnr eq ck_matnr-low
and disst in ck_disst
and mtart in ck_mtart
and werks in ck_werks
and cuobj in ck_cuobj.
The query on SQL Server is similar to the following:
SELECT <Column, Column..>
FROM "MACKW" T_00,
(SELECT "C_01"= <VAR1>
UNION ALL SELECT <VAR2>
UNION ALL SELECT <VAR3> ...) as T_01
WHERE T_00.<FIELD1> = <VAR> AND T_00.<FIELD2> = T_01.C_01 AND ...
- SAP systems based on SAP NetWeaver with ABAP/Dual Stack;
- MS SQL Server 2008 and higher;
- SAP_APPL 600 and higher;
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