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Scaling REST services using Batch requests

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edited May 20, 2020 2:20PM in Supply Chain Planning and Collaboration 5 comments

Summary

Approach to scaling REST service calls using ADF Batch Requests

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REST services are a convenient way to get, create, and update data and is typically not recommended for very large data volumes.  In some cases, you may not have a choice except to use REST services to accomplish a task irrespective of data volume so this document examines and compares different approaches for posting and updating large data volumes that may mitigate some of the inherent performance and scalability limitations of REST services.  For example, you may want to use Supply Chain Planning Cloud REST services to inject a large volume of externally calculated master scheduling planned orders into a

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