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Why does SAS Real-Time Decision Manager slow down when I use sort arbitration?

by Community Manager ‎12-24-2015 09:28 AM - edited ‎12-24-2015 09:31 AM (333 Views)

SAS Real-Time Decision Manager enables you to automatically choose the best option(s) among multiple potential treatments to deliver to a customer. One method that you can use for this arbitration among potential treatments is sort arbitration. However, you might experience a steep growth in your decision campaign response time with each increase in the number of treatments for arbitration when you use this method.

 

This drop in performance is caused by inefficiencies in the underlying handling of custom detail values. You can limit the effect of the problem somewhat by reducing the number of custom detail values that you use. However, limiting custom details is not usually a workable solution.

 

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Operating System and Release Information

Product Family

Product

System

Product Release

SAS Release

Reported

Fixed*

Reported

Fixed*

SAS System

SAS Real-Time Decision Manager

Solaris for x64

5.41

 

9.3 TS1M2

 

Linux for x64

5.41

 

9.3 TS1M2

 

HP-UX IPF

5.41

 

9.3 TS1M2

 

Microsoft® Windows® for x64

5.41

 

9.3 TS1M2

 

64-bit Enabled AIX

5.41

 

9.3 TS1M2

 

64-bit Enabled Solaris

5.41

 

9.3 TS1M2

 

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