Secrets of Advanced Windowing Extensions: Making Sure Your SQL Server Has "Air to Breathe"

I'd like to put a spotlight on several NAV/SQL matters--things I consider important (maybe picking something from my book "The NAV/SQL Performance Field Guide"), not too detailed but still technical enough ..."NAV/SQL Quickies".

SQL and Memory Madness

"Memory" - or physical RAM - of a computer is something we consider naturally like the air we breathe - it's there, we take it. But just like our air is only breathable with the optimal mixture of Nitrogen, Oxygen & Co. also "Memory" is only usable if configured correctly.


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About Jörg A. Stryk

Jörg A. Stryk has worked with Microsoft Dynamics NAV since 1997, version 1.20.

Being project-manager, consultant, administrator, developer or supporter on Microsoft partner-sites and NAV customer-sites, he has thoroughly explored nearly all areas of the application and its technology.

Since 2003 he is focusing on "Dynamics NAV & SQL Server Performance Optimization and Troubleshooting", founding his company "STRYK System Improvement" in 2006. As a freelance consultant, he is supporting Microsoft Dynamics partners and customers with their NAV/SQL projects worldwide.

His book "The NAV/SQL Performance Field Guide" (ISBN 978-3-8370-1442-6) is published in Europe, the United Kingdom and North America.

In recognition of his valuable participation in various NAV communities, he received the Microsoft award "Most Valuable Professional" (MVP) for MS Dynamics NAV in 2007, 2008 and 2009.

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