Category Archives: performance

AsyncOperationBase Table: Here we go again

It never fails, all is going good and then one of our QA environments (on premise) is having Workflow issues. I needed to look into what was happening on the SQL Server to understand what needed to happen. However, the … Continue reading

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CRM, Performance Point and MOSS (CRM+PPS+MOSS)

Jonas Deibe – Dynamics CRM, C#, JS Extending CRM with BI capacity has been on the radar for a while and with the new BI accelerators this will be an easy customization. The same applies to CRM and MOSS integrations. … Continue reading

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Improving Microsoft Dynamics CRM Performance and Securing Data with Microsoft SQL Server 2008

Microsoft SQL Server® 2008 contains a variety of features that, when implemented properly, can improve the performance of a Microsoft Dynamics® CRM 4.0 implementation and secure the data within that deployment. These Microsoft SQL Server 2008 features include: – Compression … Continue reading

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White Paper: SAMPLE – Performance and Scalability Assessment of Customer Implementation

  Overview Working closely with contacts in a variety of technical, support, and field roles, the MS CRM Engineering for Enterprise (E2) team receives documentation and resources from which the broader CRM community can benefit. This paper provides a sample … Continue reading

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Improving Microsoft Dynamics CRM Performance and Securing Data with Microsoft SQL Server 2008

Microsoft SQL Server® 2008 contains a variety of features that, when implemented properly, can improve the performance of a Microsoft Dynamics® CRM 4.0 implementation and secure the data within that deployment. These Microsoft SQL Server 2008 features include: – Compression … Continue reading

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CRM WebService Error: Only one usage of each socket address (protocol/network address/port) is normally permitted

by Luke Simpson 01.15.09 When performing a data integration or migration into CRM, it is very common to create a .Net application that transforms the data, then pushes the records into CRM using the WebServices.  At times, however, the load … Continue reading

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Blog Move: Speed Racer – Call CRM at speeds that would impress even Trixie

posted at: 9:37 AM by Aaron Elder It’s been a year since Invoke Systems and Ascentium merged and we finally took down the old clunk server that was hosting the old Invoke Systems blog.  This blog is of course still … Continue reading

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