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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

CacheDataMethod (AX2012 feature) property vs CacheAddMethod

A someone little known feature of AX 2012 is a new property called "CacheDataMethod".

Previously, when you wanted to improve performance by caching your display/edit methods, you would place a line of code like this after the super() in the datasource's init() method:

this.cacheAddMethod(tableMethodStr(CustTable, MyDisplayMethod));

In AX 2012, you can just change the "CacheDataMethod" property on the object without adding code.  I prefer this method where possible mainly because it keeps everything packaged together and I don't have to intermingle my code with base code.


2 comments:

  1. I must say that your post is really useful,The method you have shown us is really easy to understand.Thank you so much for sharing!

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