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Import Sales Order or Invoices using DI API

Hi all,

I have the requeriments over Imports over 200 sales order in the same time and mi questions is , what is the performnace of B1 or SDK in this import process?

Someone have a best practices for implement this functionality?

Someone have a documentation over performance test for this import process?

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    Posted on May 10, 2005 at 05:12 PM

    The case is:

    Enviroment WEB with the application to receive sales order (aprox 200 concurrents transactions) and we need to know:

    What must be the best solutions?

    I have my opinion:

    -. Use DI Server to comunicate environment Web (external) with environment B1 (internal)

    But , i need know what is the performance of DI server or DI API in this situation.

    regards

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Well, what about your web interface writing to a seperate table, the DBDatasource object is quite quick from what I have seen, have not pushed it nealy to that volume, but my 15-30 records I do at a time seems to work just fine, let your web app write to a separate db, and then use the dbdatasource to read from it, and com objects to process it.

      I also agree with Shawn, SQL might handle that volume, but b1 might not be up for the task.

      Regards

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    Posted on May 10, 2005 at 02:04 PM

    Hi Humberto,

    I would suggjest that you take a close look at the documentation that came with DTW(Data Transfer Workbench)

    Or if you need to do it via code, what is the reason for it so that I may better understand, and I will gladly assist you with some code samples.

    Leonard

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