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Note Checking the first check box is usually quite harmless unless you have a lot of SQL warnings. However, the second will significantly degrade performance. Neither is recommended unless you need it. Both options append logs, so when these parameters are turned on, it s a good idea to delete the log files to avoid their taking up unnecessary disk space on your system.
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The Query Time Limit text box specifies that queries whose execution time exceeds the given number of milliseconds should be logged. This is unrelated to the previous tracing parameters, and the default value is 0, in which case no SQL statements are logged based on their execution time. However, all statements will still be logged if the Trace All SQL Statements to File box is checked. The default file name for this log has the form sqltime_[userId].log.
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The Number of Records Preloaded and Time Used for Preloading text boxes in the Warning Thresholds for Preloading control group allow you to instruct Axapta to preload a given number of records from tables that you specify in your user setup, and the maximum amount of time to invest in the process. Bear in mind that preloading in this context means that the whole table is loaded the first time it is accessed, not necessarily at startup.
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Note Microsoft states that preloading improves performance because it optimizes frequent access to
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data. However, the likelihood that all the records in a table are ever needed is questionable. This, combined with the fact that the Axapta cache must purge data to make room for newer data when it reaches its cache size limit, makes us question the benefit of fully preloading a table. Tables are preloaded the first time a user needs them, making him pay the penalty without any predetermined or evident benefit for others. We do not use preloading.
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The Business Connector, also known as the COM Connector, is a COM interface to Axapta that enables you to call into its business logic from external processes. Within Axapta, the Business Connector is used by Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) to access the Enterprise Portal. It s further used by BizTalk with the Commerce Gateway, and can even be used by external applications that can act as COM clients to access Axapta s business logic and data. We ll talk much more about this in 15. For now, let s get the Business Connector up and running so that we can use it later. This tab has three control groups and specifies various parameters for the Business Connector (the COM+ interface to Axapta), as shown in Figure 3-10.
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Figure 3-10. The Business Connector tab of the Axapta Configuration Utility
The Settings Control
The first group contains a single check box that specifies whether to permit the debugging of X++ code running in the Business Connector. This is of interest only to developers. We will explain the Business Connector in 16 but for now you should know that in practice it s the Axapta client with a COM+ interface minus the user interface. Application code executes within its context in exactly the same way as on the client whose configuration it inherits. In this example the 2-tier configuration we previously created will interact directly with the database and execute all the Axapta business logic, while in a 3-tier configuration it would, like the Windows client, function as a thin or fat client depending on the client mode settings specified in the Client tab. In short, checking the Allow Debugging of X++ Code Running in the Axapta Business Connector check box enables you as a developer to step through code running in the debugger while it executes in the Business Connector.
Caution Naturally, don t enable X++ debugging in nondevelopment environments unless it s strictly
needed to track down a bug. X++ debugging negatively impacts performance.
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The Logon Password Controls
This group allows you to specify whether to use the password provided by the Axapta configuration for the Business Connector when logging into the database you are using, or whether to use the one specified in the COM+ object properties. Don t Specify Password instructs Axapta that the password to be used in the Business Connector when logging on is supplied programmatically by the client code. If the user specified on the General tab does not have a password assigned, this will be sufficient. We ll talk much more about passwords in 5. For now, and by default, your admin user does not have a password assigned. Use This Password instructs Axapta that the specified password is to be used by default. If you select this radio button, the Password and Confirm text boxes will be enabled and you can provide a password to use. If the user specified on the General tab does have a password assigned, it will need to be entered here. If you specify a password programmatically, when logging on that password will always override the settings of this group.
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