How to Optimize Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Applications (Part 3)

January 4, 2013

Edgewater Blog

In Part 1, I highlighted changes to improve performance for the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Web Application. Part 2 focused on performance improvements for CRM customizations. In this blog, I will highlight changes to improve performance for the following:

  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK Applications and
  • Microsoft Dynamics Reporting Services.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK Applications

It is imperative to ensure the optimal performance of any custom applications, plug-ins, or add-ins developed using the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 SDK.

A precise recommendation for any custom application is to limit any columns and rows retrieved to those required to achieve the application’s business goals. This technique is particularly significant when CRM users access the data from a Wide Area Network (WAN) with higher network latencies. The data returned by custom applications can be limited:

  • when using ‘Condition’ attributes to restrict the data that the ‘FetchXML’ and ‘ConditionExpressions’ queries return,  and
  • When using paging…

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