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  • Blog Post: Improving SSRS Report Performance at Line level – Part 5

    Inevitably, we can’t completely get rid of all line-based data accesses or calculations. So, we discuss here a few ways to improve without change the basic report logic. Remove duplicated DB calls Most of the duplicated DB calls are hidden deep in the stack. For example, Vendor report calls...
  • Blog Post: Improving SSRS Report Performance with Hybrid of Line-based and Set-based Processing – Part 4

    This pattern applies to a wide range of reports. It is the most applied pattern so far as based on our experience. The idea is to isolate line-based code to the minimum and leverage set-based operations to the maximum at the same time. Here is a list of approaches. Working with Dynamic Parameters...
  • Blog Post: Collect AX 2012 event traces with Windows Performance Monitor

    Users can collect AX 2012 event traces with the Tracing Cockpit tool (see previous posting ), the xClassTrace X++ class or the Windows Performance Monitor. Windows Performance Monitor is commonly used in the scenarios where AX 2012 client is not available, for example, collecting event traces for Enterprise...
  • Blog Post: Video: How to collect a trace within Dynamics AX

    My name is Ray Bennett, and I am formerly a member of the AX Performance team. During my work with the performance team I helped many customers learn how to use the Trace Parser tool. I have decided to share this knowledge in the form of a video blog on the Dynamics AX in the Field Blog . I plan on a...
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