MaxDB/liveCache system overview


You obtain an overview of all OLTP and liveCache database instances integrated into your system landscape.

In complex system landscapes, access database administration functions through the MaxDB/liveCache system overview (OLTP/ liveCache).


OLTP: In the user menu, choose Database: Monitoring and Configuration ® MaxDB/liveCache System Overview (transaction DB59).

liveCache: Decide which of the roles assigned in the authorization concept you want to use. Choose MaxDB/liveCache System Overview (transaction DB59).


A list of all integrated database instances, with detailed information on each database instance is displayed.

·        You can open the Database Assistants or the liveCache Assistants. To do this, select the desired database instance and choose Goto ® Assistant.

·        You can check the consistency of the integration data and test connections to all application servers. To do this, proceed as follows:

                            a.      Select the desired database instance and choose DB System ® Connection Test.
The system displays a list of application servers with details of SAP release and version details for a number of the database components involved.

                            b.      Select one or more application servers.

                            c.      Choose Application Server ® Connection Test to start the connection test from the required application server to the database instance.

                            d.      To display the result of the connection test, choose Application Server ® Log.

·        You can display and change the integration data of the database instances. To do this choose Edit ® Integration Data  ® Display/Change. Depending on the database instance type, proceed as described in Change Connection OLTP/ liveCache.

·        You can create new integration data. To do this, choose Edit ® Integration Data  ® Create. Depending on the database instance type, proceed as described in Create Connection OLTP/ liveCache.

·        You can generate your own views of complex system landscapes by creating appropriate filters.