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General Ledger budgets

General Ledger budgets

General Ledger budgets

If extra budgets are added to the general ledger application (we currently have 4 that we use), does it degrade system performance? We'd like to add extra budgets, but not if it would make our system run slow.

Does anyone have experience with this?


RE: General Ledger budgets

I recently finished loading budgets from Oracle Financials into 3.13F. While I don't have the code in front of me, it seems that the budget was a part of the primary index. If this is so, you shouldn't see any performance impact (in an Oracle environment anyway)

RE: General Ledger budgets

We also have Oracle and have three budgets for each of the 4 years we have loaded currently. We have not noticed andy degridation of performance.

RE: General Ledger budgets

What we were thinking of would be 17 budgets.
Each one of our budgets has approx. 13,000 records.
We currently have 4 for each year.

Does anyone have any experience with quantities of
data like this?

Thanks, everyone for the responses :)

RE: General Ledger budgets

If you're still reading this thread, we put new complete LE budgets in EVERY MONTH for 2-3 years without degradation. The indexes are set up to handle this pretty well.

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