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How big is your Baan-DB (just Data AND Indexes)
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Old 19th March 2002, 14:10
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Baan: BaaNERP 5.0 b - DB: Oracle 8.0.5 - OS: SunOS 5.8
Question copy projects take a long time

hi everybody,
To copy a project using session tppdm7840m000 take a long time
(45s to 3mn !!). Do you have the same problem and what can I do to reduce the time of copy ?
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Old 19th March 2002, 16:01
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Baan: 2.2, 3.1, b40, b50, b51, ERP LN FP3, ERP LN FP7, ERP LN 10.2.1 - DB: ALL - OS: ALL
This issue is known within BAAN and it depends what boxes you select when a project is copied.
It also depends if you have many budget lines and elements and/or activities associated to the source project.

Please let me know what your selections are in tppdm7840m000.
I also would like to know how large your element structure and/or activity structure is.
You can include a print screen of session tppdm7840m000 in your reply or mail it directly to me at
This additional information will help me to assist you further.


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