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Hi All,

Will there be big problems when the total items in the database are 30,000 items, when the total UDFs are 60/item in the item master data and item digit quantities are 20 ?

I find error when updating some item master data UDFs. Pls give advice. Thanks a lot

Rajh

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 09:23 AM

    The system will become very slow if the data is very large.It will take time to update the item master data.

    thats it.no other problems

    regards

    suresh Kannan

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 03:41 PM

    Rajh,

    Updating Items Master 20 times will do not hard to the database. The performance of the system degrades when using User fields because not all the fields are indexed and when you query it might take a longer time.

    If you are using SQL Server, I can say that it can handle million transaction a day. It is the combination of the Business One interface along with its validation rules which can slow the system.

    Please go ahead and do what your business needs.

    Suda

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