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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
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Installation Wizard into new VRC
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Manual into existing VRC
3%
Manual into new VRC
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Old 17th August 2003, 05:49
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running first session after login is taking time

Hi guys,
we are on HP UX 11.0 with Baan Base as database. we are facing a strange probblem. when user login thru his login client into Baan and runs any session, then system is taking too much time to show the form.

however, after that when ever he runs the session it takes usual time in opening session. however, in First session which is opened after login , it is taking almost 2-3 minutes to open.


i believe some problem with some parameter for memory (initalize).

can somebody help me in this.

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Old 17th August 2003, 17:29
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Could be many causes, but the most frequent is that your package combination (dd) is not in shared memory.

You can also put your session script object in shared memory, if it is something that is frequently run.
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Old 18th August 2003, 06:24
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how i can check the shared memory and check whether dd of my package combination is in shared memory or not.


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Check already discussed thread:

http://www.baanboard.com/baanboard/s...ighlight=chaps

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Hi,

1) Before logging into Baan specify the following in the Command field of BW Configuration:
-- -dbgsrdduse -logfile trace -keeplog
2) Log in Baan.
3) Run the session
4) Log out of Baan
5) From the OS prompt go to directory %BSE_TMP% and open the file "trace" using a text editor.
6)
When the tabledefinition is read from Baan Shared Memory you will find:
e.g.:
Table dump C:/Baan/tools/dd/dttadv/dttadv999 load from srdd

When the tabledefinition is read from disk you will find:
e.g.:
Table dump C:/Baan/tools/dd/dttadv/dttadv999 load from disk

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how i can check the shared memory and check whether dd of my package combination is in shared memory or not.
1. You can check it from the Package Combination session.

2. You can check Shared Memory Data session for the objects placed to be loaded in shared memory settings, and when you do a runtime it updates the $BSE/lib/srdd_tab6.2 file

3. Please use the Search engine to look for known solutions before asking your question on the board.

4. Refer to the threads for more info -

Calculate shared memory

Refresh shared memory?

validate DD from share memory
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