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Architecture Dashboard - Improve the indicator "Unlimited records in Aggregate"

Architecture Dashboard
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expected delivery in Q3 2021

Most of the times, Aggregates that fall under this Indicator are actually pretty simple Queries that filter by an Id, mostly the Primary Key of an Entity. In which case, the Max. Records is really not needed, making this Indicator more annoying than helpful.

Created on 2 Jul 2020
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Changed the category to Architecture Dashboard and the status to

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Hello João,

We will evaluate if we can make the finding more intelligent to avoid this "false positives".


Kind regards

Merged this idea with 'Architecture Dashboard - Unlimited records in aggregate with primary key filter' (created on 05 Feb 2020 09:31:28 by Nuno Félix Fernandes)

Hi,


In the performance report inside "Unlimited records in aggregate" category are being shown false positives when we have a filter by the primary key of a table.


If we are doing  a filter by primary key it will return at max 1 result so we don't need to use the max records. These issues are false positive and should be hidden from the report. We spent lots of time dismissing these ones instead of work in real ones.


Best regards.



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Architecture Dashboard - Unlimited records in aggregate with primary key filter' (created on 05 Feb 2020 by Nuno Félix Fernandes)
- merged to idea 'Architecture Dashboard - Improve the indicator "Unlimited records in Aggregate"' on 23 Oct 2020 16:49:26 by Pedro Cerdeira

Changed the category to Architecture Dashboard




This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Architecture Dashboard - Unlimited records in aggregate with primary key filter' (created on 05 Feb 2020 by Nuno Félix Fernandes)
- merged to idea 'Architecture Dashboard - Improve the indicator "Unlimited records in Aggregate"' on 23 Oct 2020 16:49:26 by Pedro Cerdeira
Changed the status to
Working on it
expected delivery in Q3 2021


We are working on improving this pattern, and this part of querying by id is one of the improvements.

We intend to minimize false positives, and maximize valuable actionable items.

Thank you for your feedback.

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