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How to reduce loading time of very large structures in Structure Manager?

Creator
Creator

What are the industry best practices being used to reduce the loading time of large assemblies in Structure Manager?

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Re: How to reduce loading time of very large structures in Structure Manager?

Experimenter
Experimenter

Can you clarify "loading in SM"?  Are you expereincing a long delay in just sending a BVR to SM or are you doing something else like "expand below", loading JT graphics, or launching to NX. 

 

There are standard DB things that would help performance like checking for missing indexes, and regenerating Cost Based Statistics in Oracle, etc. and increaseing the RAC Xmx memory also helps with large BVR structures. 

Re: How to reduce loading time of very large structures in Structure Manager?

Creator
Creator

"Sending BVR to SM" use case is of higher priority but not limited only to this use case. All use cases where business users struggle while working with large assemblies in Teamcenter can be considered, not limited Structure Manager only. JT and CAD files can be ignored.

Re: How to reduce loading time of very large structures in Structure Manager?

Siemens Creator Siemens Creator
Siemens Creator

Since this is RAC based performance stuff I would suggest you look at standard performance optimization stuff for DB, RAC, etc. to make sure TC is operating at full capacity.  I can send you the latest perfromance olptimization tdoc's if you'd like.  You can also look into Journal Workbench to see if you can identify any anonolies in the "Send To" action; otherwise I am not aware of any SM Best Practices like NX has using "Lightweight Representations".

Re: How to reduce loading time of very large structures in Structure Manager?

Solution Partner Esteemed Contributor Solution Partner Esteemed Contributor
Solution Partner Esteemed Contributor
Another gotcha is the number of columns being loaded in SM. Adding custom attributes then showing them in SM will cost you extra time. Do you have custom attributes shown and extra columns in SM?

Randy Ellsworth, Teamcenter Architect, Applied CAx, LLC
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