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Mastering Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 Programming by Mat Fergusson, Simon Buxton

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Controlling how and where code is executed

We haven't had to think much about where code is executed and how data is passed between the server and client, as this is normally handled for us. For instance, when a form is opened, the tables are created on the server-side, and the form and the form data source objects are created client. This makes sense if we consider the efficient transfer of data from machine to machine over the network. For the same reason, we would want a class that performs heavy data updates to be executed on the server. If it were executed on the client, data would have to travel all the way through the AOS from the SQL Server and back again. For single record updates triggered from a button on the client, it isn't so important ...

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