It has been six years since the SysOperation framework was made available for development in Dynamics AX 2012. The SysOperation framework replaced the RunBase Framework. It promised to run faster by limiting which code runs on each tier of the system and limiting the network communication which became common with RunBaseBatch. If you are curious, a good example of the SysOperation…
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