Simplifying Access Rights

Only a user’s view access rights are relevant for the synchronization. Bottom-up access rights (where the access rights depend on sub-tables) are performance-intensive, e.g. "companies with a linked SB record where the user is entered as a rep" or "companies that had contact with the user in the last 2 years". Multiple combinations of such bottom-up access rights result need more resources to process.

Try the following approaches (which can be combined):

Measures that simplify access rights not only improve the performance of CRM.pad's synchronization but also the performance of queries in all applications that access the Aurea CRM database.