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Does anyone know if deactivating records helps search performance?
I'm looking at how to speed up search performance and wondered if deactivated records are excluded from searches (not Advance Find)
In the global search only active records should be returned by default.
Yes I know that, my question is whether in the background they are still included in the searched or excluded entirely from the search before the results are shown
I don't think that Deactivating records can help in search performance because Active and Inactive records resides under the same table, the where condition of the SQL query executed will return the set of records.
However, you can try few things in order to improve the performance:
1. Reorganize and Rebuild Indexes: docs.microsoft.com/.../reorganize-and-rebuild-indexes
2. Check/Manage POA table size: support.microsoft.com/.../how-to-control-principalobjectaccess-table-growth-in-microsoft-dynamic
3. Check/Manage Async table size: support.microsoft.com/.../performance-is-slow-if-the-asyncoperationbase-table-becomes-too-large
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