Posts

Recently, I was involved in investigating a performance issue. The initial thought for the issue was within the standard SysQuery::countLoops() method, but after some more deep dive, the culprit was due to some calculation of virtual fields. In this post, I will elaborate on the purpose and behavior of the SysQuery::countLoops() method and how the performance was impacted by virtual fields.

Read more
TechTalks

This is a small post to inform you that Microsoft did release a new section on the Dynamics Community. A lot of TechTalk videos have been published for Dynamics 365 in the categories of Finance and Operations and Customer Engagement. You can find topics related to automated testing, performance, continuous updates, Dev ALM, upgrades and a lot more.

Read more

I’m working quite a long time at a customer now. In August 2013, I was (re)hired to help on a migration from Dynamics AX4 to Dynamics AX 2012. As I had worked at this customer before, I know about some issues related to performance of the ledger balances. Now in AX2012 the update of balances were different. During posting of accounting entries, records in a table called “Dimension set unprocessed transactions” are inserted. A batch job will take care of updating the balances. Now how did I fool myself?
Read more

This post will inform you about the Entity execution parameters which can be found on the Data import/export framework parameters form. It will give you an option for gaining performance when importing large number of records using the data management features.

Read more