Connector tMicrosoftCrm is slowly

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Connector tMicrosoftCrm is slowly

Hello,


I have a doubt, to see if you can solve it.

 

The storage speed using the tMicrosoftCrmOutput connector is 1 row / s, how could we pass more than one row per second using the tMicrosoftCrmOutput connector?

 

I send you a screenshot of the job with the transfer speed I am currently obtaining.



I would need you to advise me in order to increase the speed of information transfer.

 

Regards,

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Re: Connector tMicrosoftCrm is slowly

Hello,

From your screenshot, there is no connector between tOracleConnection and tOracleInput components. Any Nullpointerexception?

Best regards

Sabrina

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Re: Connector tMicrosoftCrm is slowly

Hi Sabrina.
Thanks for your answer.

In principle, I'm not having any problems with NullPointerException.

The problem is that the tMicrosoftInputCrm or tMicrosoftOutputCrm connector works and saves data in Dynamics but at a very slow speed.

I would like to get a higher transfer speed, but I do not get it.

Any ideas?

Thank you,

Regards,
Alvaro.

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Re: Connector tMicrosoftCrm is slowly

Hello, I still have the problem of speed, it is as if the connector did not take advantage of the possibilities of a bulk shipment.

Bulk sending is a functionality to improve performance but in tCrmMicrosoftOutput I have not seen that option that other connectors do have as tSalesForceOutputBulk.

How can I load data using the bulk technique in Dynamics CRM?

Regards,
Alvaro.

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