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  • Blog Post: Benchmark your Dynamics AX solution with Load Testing

    One of the most crucial time when implementing your Dynamics AX solution is the few weeks prior the Go Live. At that stage, the infrastructure has been configured with all components and all settings have been reviewed to match best practices. The functional team is running all test cases to sign off...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics AX 2012 Links & Info

    Our team has been getting lots of questions on all facets of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 - we've certainly seen a ton of interest from customers and partners in the new release. There is a lot of great info available about the release, but this is my effort to try to tie some of that into one central...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics AX Trace Parser (Part 4)

    Ok, I guess this three part series just got extended to four. I just have a few last things on the AX 4.0 / 2009 Trace Parser tool that you might find useful. Soon we'll all be using the AX 2012 version right? Anyway, here it goes... Most of the time Trace Parser works the way it should, but from...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics AX Trace Parser (Part 3)

    In part 1 of the series I discussed the basic prerequisites for capturing an AX trace. In part 2 , I discussed how to collect a trace. In this post I’ll walk you through the process of importing a trace into Trace Parser and show you a few different things I look for when I start analyzing a trace...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics AX Tracing (Part 2)

    In part 1 of this series, we covered the basic prerequisites of taking a trace. In this post I'm going to cover some best practices around capturing trace data and how to troubleshoot some common issues that may prevent trace files from being created. The steps below apply to both Dynamics AX 2009 and...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics AX Tracing (Part 1)

    Dynamics AX has a tracing feature that allows you to generate ETW traces of the client and server activity on your system. The information collected in these traces includes a call tree, SQL statements, and durations for all of the different code that executes. This kind of trace data can be extremely...
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