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I have created one table "X Table Name" where there are around 55 million records whose primary key is only "Entry No.". I created one simple list page by using one of the filters as posted = false but the time taken to load that page is too long. I added some secondary keys in table as well but no luck. Is there anything I can further do to improve the page performance drastically in NAV?
Any help would be appreciated.
Add a key with "Posted" on the table.
And use that key on the page as the default sorting.
Since you have a huge amount of records, it will hard to improve the performance drastically.
You may need to consider BI tool to get the data directly from SQL.
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