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MS has come up with many clean up batchjobs in each module AP , AR , Warehouse , Inventory , Production....but not understanding that how does these cleanup batchjobs would improve AX performance ? Can document available to understand in detail or any blog ?
Can you guys share your experience that which most recommended batchobs ? or Does it has any recommendations based on DB size or companies or transactions volume ?
Thanks in advance.
A simple example are GL journals.
Each journal consists of a header and lines.
Once the journal is posted a voucher is created and you don't really need the journal header any longer because you cannot do anything with it.
Over time, the number of journal header records grows and makes the related table 'full' with data.
As a result, AX will get slower once you create and open new journals.
For that reason, one has the option to delete those journal headers, which will of course not impact the vouchers generated but free the system of unnecessary data.
Hope this simplified example made it clear why we have those cleanup jobs in many AX modules.
Thanks Ludwig for the explanation .
Client has 24*7 production and sales shipments ,in such cases what would be the best option to run all MS recommended cleanup batch jobs without creating deadlocks or impacting application performance.
The cleanup jobs are not 'large' jobs such as for example an inventory close and if you are running 24x7 then I believe that there is no best time for running those jobs.
The only thing you should look out for is that there are not other heavy jobs, such as an inventory close or a MRP calculation run at the same time.
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