Sunday, May 31, 2009

Management of Lock Settings

Use

You would like to get information about lock management in order to be able to react with the appropriate settings.

To from the screen BI Integrated Planning to the administration of the lock server, choose This graphic is explained in the accompanying text Manage Lock Server (transaction code RSPLSE). The Display Planning Lock Settings screen appears.

Prerequisites

Make sure that you have the necessary authorizations. There is an authorization object for displaying and changing lock settings in planning: S_RS_PLENQ.

Features

If you are in change mode, you can make the required changes in change mode on the Lock Table and Lock Characteristics tab pages.

Tab Page: Lock Table

Here you specify where the lock table is stored (see Storage of Lock Tables).

Note

You can only change from display mode to change mode if there are no active locks for any InfoCubes, that is, if no transaction data of a planning application is locked for any InfoCube. This ensures that locked transaction data is consistent.

Tab Page: Lock Characteristics

Here you specify which characteristics are relevant for lock checks (see Selection of Lock Characteristics).

Note

You can only change from display mode to change mode if there are no active locks for the selected InfoCube, that is, if no transaction data of a planning application is locked for any InfoCube. This ensures that locked transaction data is consistent. It could be difficult to find a time window for selecting the lock characteristics of a given InfoCube.

You can display the relevant information on the Locks, Lock Conflict and Master Locks tab pages.

Tab Page: Lock

Here you display the locks that are set for a specific InfoProvider and user (see Display of Active Locks).

Tab Page: Locking Conflict

The system displays information about the last lock conflict (see Analysis of Lock Conflicts).

Tab Page: Master Locks

You can display the master locks that are set and delete them here (see Display of Master Locks).

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