Database Estimates in ICMDBA - New(ish) field, what does it mean?
I'm trying to size an ICM database with ECC variables.
At some point a new field has appeared within ICMDBA. There is now a field called "# of Variables Per Call Detail", it takes values from 1-2000.
Does anyone know what this field relates to?
For instance, would you enter 10 in this field if you had 20 user variables but only 10 of them are marked as persistent?
Or, does it relate to ECC's?? For example if you plan to have 10 ECC variables with a total byte count of 500 would you enter 10 in the "# of Variables Per Call Detail" and 500 in the "Total ECC Bytes Per Call Detail".
Can anyone shed any light on this or point me in the direction of a document?
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