Business Objects Cachable Check
Run the Health Check Tool and select the Business Objects Cachable Check rule. This rule looks at all the Business Objects that are not flagged as cachable and then checks the row count in each table.
Good to Know
- Data which doesn't change very often can be cached to improve system performance. One method is to cache Business Objects when used as a validation table. For more information, see Define Advanced Properties for a Business Object.
- These tables are often Lookup tables that don't change much in terms of their content. Consequently, these could be marked as cachable so the values are stored in memory and the application doesn't query the database for those table values.
- The cache is periodically updated when the App Server is restarted.
- Select the Business Objects Cachable Check Rule when you run the Health Check Tool (for more information, see Run the Health Check Tool).
You see the results of using this rule in the report.
- Check each of the listed Business Objects. If the row count is small, the system recommends that you switch on the cachable flag. For more information, see Define Advanced Properties for a Business Object.