Batch Parallelism in AX – Part – III

  Top Picking: The issue we have seen with bundling is uneven distribution of the workload.  That was addressed by ‘Individual Task Modeling’.  But the framework overhead of individual Tasks when there is a huge number of tasks will be so severe that this should be properly weighed in.  ‘Top Picking’ is another batch technique…

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Batch Parallelism in AX – Part – II

  Individual Task Modeling Here in this case parallelism is achieved by creating a separate task for each work unit. You model the tasks by creating a task for each work item. You will have 1:1 mapping between task and the work item. This will eliminate the need for pre-allocation. Since each work item is…

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Batch Parallelism in AX –Part – I

  Dynamics AX 2012 and AX 2009 have the ability to breakdown a batch job into small manageable fragments and process them independently in parallel. Ability to process them in parallel is critical to improve the throughput and response time for the batch job and shrink the batch window considerably. There are few different approaches…

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Dynamics AX 2012: Forms on opening hide behind in the back

  In Dynamics AX 2012, when you open the forms,  you might see some of them open behind the other forms. User may get the impression that the form was never opened.  This happens if the form opened slowly;  a cold start, uniqueness of the data including large number of records or complexity of the…

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