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The pricing on the Azure website is confusing. Can someone help me figure out what type of transactions occur when using the Companion Apps? How many happen during a normal transaction? Also, if the client want's to use the email approval process, I am under the impression the same mechanics work that functionality as well and is that the same "transaction" type as the Mobile apps? I see 3 different things that are charged for -- Brokered Connections, Messaging Operations, and Relay.
Thank you in advance.
There is an explanation on this blog: blogs.msdn.com/.../azure-service-bus-cost-is-minimal-for-ax-companion-apps.aspx
I have a customer running the timesheets with a production and acceptance environment. To be honest, I don't have insights in there montly invoicing, but it is not much at all what I understood.
Thank you Andre! I knew there had to be someone out there that could tell me. I knew it was really inexpensive but there were a lot of numbers out there and couldn't give my client a good handle on what to expect.
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