SAP Operation Modes (SM63, RZ04)

Businesses operating SAP systems need more dialog work processes during work hours and more background work processes during after hours. When a SAP system is initially configured, the static number of dialog and background work processes is set. This static setup does not allow us to use the system resources effectively in a 24-hour operation, where more dialog processes are needed during business hours and more background processes are needed during the night. SAP has provided us with a concept of operation modes where work processes are dynamically switched back and forth between dialog and background or other work process types based on a timetable referred to as the operation modes timetable. This allows ...

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