Import Scenario process issue

  • 7 April 2021
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Hi everyone,


I have an issue with an import process, i want to know is anybody else has this kind of behavior and is there any solution or proposal to fix it??!!


So, import tests were done on two different environments, the test was about import file of 874 lines (using import scenarios), the first on a local instance and the second one is on the test environment on a SaaS instance where we used the license that activates the multi-threading option, the following data are the tests results:


For the first local testing phase, we notice that the processing time exceeds the 2 hours of processing, whether for processing with or without parallelization, moreover the difference between the two timings is not significant


- Processing with parallel treatment option (On): 2h 16m 47s.

- Processing without parallel treatment option (Off): 2h 20m 15s.


For the second test phase in a SaaS environment, the processing time is faster than on a local machine, but that the difference between the two timings still not significant either:

- Processing with parallel treatment option (On): 1h 25m 11s & 1h 23m 39s.

- Processing without parallel treatment option (Off): 1h 25m 19s.


So, is there any configuration or a parameter to modify to get the parallel treatment process work efficiently? at this time this option is not significant.

Is there any option or a feature to activate on our azure VM, that makes this option (parallel processing) more efficiently and work well?



Thanks for the help.



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