Tag Archives: Dynamics AX Performance


My world was rocked when I learned that my precious General Ledger forms were taking forever to open up for a client. I take a lot of pride in the way that I customize and report on a ledger so to hear of some slow performance problems was very concerning. Users reported waiting minutes for […]

Trick to see the user, the x++ code, and the SQL responsible for whatever you need to solve in Dynamics AX

There are times when you need to get to the bottom of a performance or troubleshooting problem. Trust me, I’ve been there (sometimes, I feel like I’m there every week, but that is another story). So, I thought I would share one of my most revered tricks for being able to see everything fast. Let’s […]

Why I always check the Hard Disk when Troubleshooting AX Performance

Got a call the other night from a friend asking where to start when it comes to troubleshooting a slow AX implementation? Immediately, I started asking him about the hard disk. Suddenly, he asked me about why this was so important for AX performance tuning. And immediately it hit me. If I were new and […]

Terminal Services, Citrix, Cache Corruption, Dynamics AX Data Refresh and the most commonly forgotten step

One thing that I see again and again and again when I come to implementations with data refresh is that people forget to regenerate the unique GUIDS. Forgetting this simple step will lead to cache getting corrupted, which will result in way slower performance, values not populating in forms, and having to use group policies […]