Retail Benchmark Summary and Detailed Results published

In 2012, Microsoft conducted a benchmark on Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 to
measure the performance and scalability characteristics of the Microsoft
Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack retail solution in a simulated retail scenario.
The benchmark showcases the ability of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 to handle
various specialized loads concurrently, without compromising performance and
scalability on critical business processes.

Please find the reports here:



Comments (1)
  1. Ben says:

    course 80428: Why to set numberseq to continuous ?, see below,

    Additional Areas Affecting Performance

    In Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, some features can have a significant effect on performance. These include the following

    • Database log – Database logging should be limited to only where it is absolutely necessary


    • Number sequences – Wherever possible set number sequences to continuous. <<=====

    • Credit limit check – Setting credit limit check to header and lines adversely affects performance.

    • Complex Company structure can adversely affect performance.

    • In Virtual company setup and views, Save data for each company should be set to no.

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