Harnessing the Power of Microsoft Dynamics CRM's New Bulk Data Load API

Microsoft Dynamics CRM has never been an information island by itself. It is often the case that you need to integrate your CRM data with other applications or databases in your organization or from third-party partners.

When it comes to Microsoft Dynamics CRM data integration, the performance of data loading has always presented a challenge. To be more specific, writing data through the CRM web service interfaces is slow, just like any other web service interfaces. With a direct database connection, you can potentially write thousands or even millions of records to your target table within a second. However, when you write to CRM web service interfaces, the best you can typically expect would be a few dozen records per second using a single-threaded data load process that targets a single CRM server.

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About Daniel Cai

Daniel Cai is a software developer with experience in designing, developing, and delivering large-scale enterprise applications. Daniel is the principle developer at KingswaySoft, a small privately held software company specializing in delivering high quality software solutions using latest Microsoft technologies, with a special focus on Microsoft Dynamics CRM and business intelligence software development.

Daniel is a Microsoft Dynamics CRM MVP and he is a holder of several Microsoft professional certificates including MCP, MCSE, MCDBA, MCSD, and MCTS for Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

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