AL Performance Profiler

Microsoft has enhanced the AL performance profiler (available starting from version 19 only via Visual Studio Code) giving the possibility also to functional developers/consultants, as well as customer administrators and power users to capture a user flow from within the web client and view high-level information about time spent in the web client itself.

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Setting the Sampling Interval for (in-client) performance profiling Business Central

You’re probably very much aware of the Performance Profiler in Business Central: an ability to monitor code execution in terms of “durations” and “hit count”, and having a view on how the code/process performed. As a first version, we had in v19 the AL Performance Profiler where we could profile from VSCode, and analyze the result in VSCode as well. Awesome tool, which looks something like this:

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4 Ways To Boost Performance With Background Processes In Business Central

In this article, you will learn about 4 ways to boost performance with a background process in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. These methods are Page Background Tasks, the StartSession function, the Task Scheduler, and the Job Queue. Also, you will find the difference between them and how to apply each one depending on the scenario.

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Say Hello to the new “Performance Profiler”

While going through what is new in BC 2022 wave 1, I found out a cool tool.

Here comes the new Performance Profiler. While many have implemented Telemetry and got some insight into their processes, this is a step forward from Microsoft to bring Telemetry tools on the BC user interface.

Source : Business Central Musings
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