Jörg Stryk (MVP - Dynamics NAV) about Performance Optimization & Troubleshooting with MS Dynamics NAV and MS SQL Server
It has been a very long time, since the last release of the "NAV/SQL Performance Field Guide" in 2009 ... mea culpa ...
Reason is - or actually was - some struggle about the contract with my publisher: many people were asking to get the PFG as an E-Book, but so far it wasn't possible - until now!
From today (20th March 2013) on the PFG is indeed available on paper and as an e-Book (Kindle, iBook, etc.)
Please regard that this is still the old version from 2009. As this contract-hassle has been clarified now I'm working on an update which probably will be released this fall.
Really looking forward to the updated version of the book, assuming it will cover a lot of new stuff :-)
Thanks! and great!
What can be expected in the new version?
Does the 2009-version including the techy-SQL-stuff from NAV 2009?
Regarding SQL there's not much to add specifically for NAV 2009.
My plan is to release an updated version this fall ... no promises ...
Ah, I think I meant NAV/Code/SQL-stuff.
Does the old current version of the book contain info about C/AL code issues (in version 2009) and behaviour on SQL?
Actually no. Code problems are usually very specific problems; there's just few thing which maybe generally apply ...