Thursday, November 27, 2014

Improving MS CRM Performance

Performance on MS CRM is always a crucial thing and we may follow different ways to achieve the performance thing. Below is the one more approach we can improve the performance bit more.
In IIS setting of a website where MS CRM is hosted, there we can change the Output Cache property. By changing this property to true, initially any entity record load may take bit time; later on it will open the records in much lesser time. This is quite a good approach to improve the performance.
Below screenshot explains where to change the output Cache settings

Open IIS, click on Microsoft Dynamics CRM site-> On Right side Panel click on Feature View-> Configuration Editor









































(source of below description: MSDN)
What is omitVaryStart:
Gets or sets a value indicating whether the vary header is enabled.


true if the vary header is enabled; otherwise, false. The default is false.

The vary header indicates the request-header fields that the server uses to determine which of multiple cached responses are sent in response to a client request. The default for the OmitVaryStar property is false. By default, ASP.NET sends the vary header in all POST requests, as well as in all GET-request query strings. If the OmitVaryStar is true, ASP.NET omits the vary header when returning the response for cached pages, provided that the GET request to a response is cached with no VaryByCustom property and thePOST request to a response is cached with no VaryByParam property and no VaryByCustom property.




You may like below posts

Performance Center in MS CRM 2013

date and time field behavior in MS CRM

Upsert in MSCRM

Locking mechanism in MS CRM

Ticker Symbol Field in MS CRM

Themes in MS CRM

Enable Tracing in MS CRM

Calculated Field in Dynamics CRM 2015

IME Mode in MS CRM

No comments:

Post a Comment