Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Thursday, July 9, 2015
How to Analyze the Performance of Dynamics CRM
offers a simple and efficient method to analyze (and improve) the performance of Microsoft Dynamics CRM online and on premise environments.
You do need to have CRM 2013 SP1(or above) or 2015. It can be used on both forms and views.
The following steps activates this hidden feature.
Open a CRM form from your browser (IE or Chrome). For example, open an Account form.
Press Ctrl + Shift + Q to view the performance analyzer. This analyzer pop up window appears on your browser
To activate the tool, click the Enable button.
Press F5 to refresh your CRM form. The Performance analyzer will close.
Press Ctrl + Shift + Q to open the performance analyzer
What does this mean?
The different sections are all code that is triggered prior to a user having a functioning form to work on.
When an environment has many customizations, plug-ins, business rules, iframes or subgrid on a form, this is a great way to determine how quickly it is loading.The time is a breakdown of milliseconds.
In addition to the graphical view, when you click the “Select Major” button you’ll also see the breakdown in a text format.
Form Load Start (> 0 ms)
Read-Ready (> 1272 ms)
Initialize Controls – ViewportInlineEditControlInitializer (> 4583 ms)
Initialize Controls – NonViewportFormBodyInlineEditInitializer (> 4954 ms)
Initialize Controls – DeferredQuickFormInlineEditInitializer (> 5106 ms)
Onload Handler Start (> 5406 ms)
Onload Handler Finish (> 5579 ms)
Form Full Controls Init (> 5663 ms)
Finally, it is a good idea to disable the tool by clicking the “Disable” button when you have completed your analysis.
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