Optimizing Calculation Performance in Oracle Incentive Compensation

If you use Oracle Incentive Compensation (OIC), then new Doc ID 1600221.1- Guidelines to Optimize Calculation Performance via Oracle Incentive Compensation Settings is recommended reading.

In an effort to parallelize calculation, a single calculation concurrent request can spawn thousands of calculation subprocesses. By understanding how OIC spawns calculation, implementers can better understand how to optimize the 3 core OIC settings that drive performance in the calculation process. There are non-OIC factors, like DB tuning that drive OIC Calculation performance, but these are not the focus of the document which is focused on an understanding of the 3 core OIC settings:
  • Transaction Batch Size
  • Salesrep Batch Size
  • Number of Concurrent Managers Workers
Read more in Doc ID 1600221.1 which contains explanations of these settings and guidelines on how to set them.
Comments:

Hi,

Is any latest performance note or patch which helps to Improve Batch runs for Incremental and non-incremental calc ? Now it is taking too much time ( 20hrs )

Regards,
Prahsanth

Posted by Prashanth on October 26, 2015 at 10:53 AM EDT #

Hi Prahsanth,
Note 1600221.1 has been kept up to date with any updates in regards to handling performance in OIC. Note 1388195.1 has a best practice that helps as well. If you have gone through these documents and performance issues persist, you should log an SR with support.
Kindest Regards,
Arwen, Oracle Support Services

Posted by Arwen Hawes on October 27, 2015 at 10:06 AM EDT #

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