As part of the new Client Side Object Model (CSOM) version (4622.1208 or newer), Share Point has the ability to bulk import custom user profile properties.Prior to this release, your only option was to take advantage of the user profile CSOM operations for updating specific properties for individual user profiles.If a notice has already been mailed, or if it is about to be mailed, the change will take effect on the next notice.
The property sends updates whenever the browser's ability to connect to the network changes.
The update occurs when the user follows links or when a script requests a remote page.
Not just that, you can set up the rule to convert the incoming activity into multiple Dynamics 365 records.
For example, you can create a case and a lead from a single social activity.
Specifically, the competitive ratio of an algorithm, is defined as the worst-case ratio of its cost divided by the optimal cost, over all possible inputs.
The competitive ratio of an online problem is the best competitive ratio achieved by an online algorithm.Note: The import only works for user profile properties which have not been set to be editable by end users.This is to prevent the user profile import process from overriding any information which an end user has already updated.For many problems, online algorithms cannot match the performance of offline algorithms.If the ratio between the performance of an online algorithm and an optimal offline algorithm is bounded, the online algorithm is called competitive.Because it does not know the whole input, an online algorithm is forced to make decisions that may later turn out not to be optimal, and the study of online algorithms has focused on the quality of decision-making that is possible in this setting.