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Customer aging snapshot performance improvement approach through parallel batch execution 

The aim of this blog post is to illustrate an effective  way which helps to receive your desired data output from the Customer aging snapshot faster when your amount of relevant customers is rather high. Of course, you may  use this idea for other batches as well. Idea:   Instead of running the Customer aging snapshot

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AX Performance – Analyzing key SQL Server configuration and database settings 

In the previous post in this series, I provided some T-SQL scripts that can check key settings and highlight possible issues you need to address. This post aims to provide some feedback and suggestions on the information the scripts collect. There are of course different views on almost all SQL Server configuration settings, but the

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AX Performance – Checking key SQL Server configuration and database settings 

It’s important to configure your SQL Server instance and your AX databases properly in order to achieve optimal performance on your Dynamics AX environment. This blog post aims to help you do that by providing some T-SQL scripts that can check key settings and highlight possible issues you need to address. The scripts don’t cover all