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In the transition to Object Orienbt

In the transition to Object Orienbt

In the transition to Object Orienbt

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In the transition to Object Orienbted development we have several transactions that call to routines. These routines are called via "CALL" not "LINK". The routines are defined in the PPT.

How can we monitor the cpu time consumed by a single routine ?

EXAMPLE :
T1-> RA -> RB
transacrion AAAA activates program T1.
Program T1 activates routine RA.
Routine T1 activates routine RB.

How can we measure the cpu time of RA and RB ?

Any knowledge in how to configure 3-rd party tools such as Omegamon to meet this issue would be a help
Thanks
 

RE: In the transition to Object Orienbt

To the best of my knowledge you cant do this using omegamon. You could do it useing Strobe through.

Regards
FFF

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