Sana Commerce 9.3
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Webstore Optimization


Starting from Sana 9.3.1 we redesigned and extended the settings in the "Webstore Optimization" window. Now you have more control over different Sana features.

Once a Sana web store is connected to SAP, it uses the business logic of your SAP system. There might be the case, that you do not want to use some of the SAP functionality and data in your web store.

You can access Web Store Optimization either from the main window of the Sana Commerce solution (/n/sanaecom/webstore), or by calling the transaction /n/sanaecom/optimize.

In the Web Store Optimization window, you can disable globally those features which are not necessary for your web store. Remember, that you should disable only those features which you are not going to use in your Sana web store.

Disabling unnecessary functionality can improve performance of your web store. If you have multiple web stores, you can set up optimization settings for each web store separately.

Request Processing Duration and Performance Logging

There are two options in the Webstore Optimization window that can be used by developers and technical specialists to measure performance - API Call Elapsed Time and Elapsed Time Logging.

When you enable the option API Call Elapsed Time, there will be an extra node in the XML response that shows time in milliseconds of how long it takes to process the request in SAP ECC and return the response. This information can be used by system administrators, developers and other IT specialists who are responsible for Sana web store maintenance to investigate performance issues, if there are any, and check whether the problem is in the ERP system or maybe it's somewhere on the network.

Moreover, you can enable the option Elapsed Time Logging and view Sana application performance log in SAP ECC. Using performance logs, you can see how long each API call takes. Developers and technical specialists can collect performance data to analyze it and identify performance bottlenecks.

Starting from Sana 9.3.3, you can create a transport request and transfer webstore optimization settings from one environment to another, for example from test to live. For more information, see "Transport Requests".