Before running an SAP HANA migration assessment, you should check that the Where Used indexes are up to date on your As-Is SAP system. The Where Used indexes are maintained by the following SAP jobs, which are scheduled by SAP when transaction SE80 (ABAP workbench) is run for the first time.
This job runs once and starts program SAPRSEUC to create indexes for all customer defined programs. The indexes for customer-defined programs are automatically updated in dialog mode. If the EU_INIT job is terminated, it is automatically scheduled for the next day, and continues from the point at which it was interrupted.
Indexes for customer-defined programs are automatically updated online by the ABAP Workbench tools. To minimize the impact of maintaining the indexes, only the changes are logged, which means that a reorganization of the entire index for each program is needed from time to time. If required, this task is performed by the EU_REORG job, which is scheduled to run each night.
This job is scheduled to run each night. It starts program SAPRSEUT, which checks whether customer-defined development objects have been transported into the system using the SAP transport system. If they have, the program generates or updates their indexes as required.
To check whether these jobs have been run, execute transaction SM37 on the As-Is system. The following screen is displayed.
Complete the screen fields as follows to check for EU jobs run on a particular day, or during a particular date range.
Click to display a list of EU jobs matching your selection criteria.
If necessary, these jobs may be scheduled by executing program SAPRSEUJ manually. This task should be performed by a Basis Administrator.