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Microsoft Dynamics 365
Our example table has 30 Million rows.
Our Azure SQL P2 Premium machine with 250 DTU. 930 Dollar per month.
The DELETE action takes 2 hours. The BULK_INSERT action then takes another 1.5 hours.
If the DELETE would be replaced with a TRUNCATE, only the 1.5 hours would remain.
This is especially hard for partners that have different emails for their partner account vs the business account and want to demo the software to clients.
We will log outgoing HTTP calls to Azure Application Insights starting in version 17.0
Business Central Team
This is a show stopper for the functionality.
Not having a real time read only copy of the database is one of our big concerns with going live.
Our clients have customers both ways. Some need to send the bill to the ship-to for approval and the ship-to sends it to the bill-to. Others can send it to the bill-to directly. Ideal would be a choice, including sending to both.
I am very pleased that this was considered and made its way into the environment (I'm sure I'm not the first one to have thought that we'd like this back in BC).
As you're well-aware, I'm sure, the Open in New Window feature isn't nearly as snappy as the method from the old RTC. Additionally, if you're on a list of records and you edit a record, that record should bounce to its own window, all on its own. Having the record open right on top of this list is intrusive, in our opinion. If there were a control that could enable or disable how an individual record opens, that would be great. Even if that's using extensions, and making that adjustment document by document, that's be a step in the right direction.
I agree too. It would sometimes be even better to define a dimension on the Inventory Posting Group. And of course both on location and Inventory Posting Group would be ideal.
There are other software-based phones systems that are extremely popular, and integrating with some of those in some way would be helpful, for sure. We are on RingCentral, for instance.