Introduction With any software product, the best way to increase your productivity is to master the shortcuts. Dynamics CRM is no exception. Part of the productivity track in my blog I decided to cover some of my favourite shortcuts that drastically enhance my daily Dynamics CRM experience .
Synopsis At the last Wellington Dynamics User Group (WDUG) I ran, I was asked by one of the regular attendees “H” whether rollup fields are also calculated on disabled records. So I thought I would give it a try.
Synopsis Ever wondered what the minimum hardware requirements you can get away with are when building a CRM 2015 VM? This post covers the minimum “viable” hardware requirements for implementing a CRM 2015 server.
Welcome 2015! I’m starting 2015 by creating a new blog. This blog is dedicated to building enterprise scale XRM applications. You can read more about what the blog is about in the following page.
Whether you are using Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 in a personal environment or in any of the pre-prod environments it is a good practice to keep your environment up to scratch. One of the items that is usually overlooked is the setting up of Bing maps. If the Bing map key is not entered correctly … [Read more…]
A quick look at the notification feature in Dynamics CRM 2013.
In this second tutorial, we’ll cover different ways of querying Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. The sample command line solution contains query examples using fetchXML, QueryExpression, LINQ (late bound and early bound). The solution also covers complex LINQ queries with join statements and conditions.
In this tutorial, we’re going to build a web application with a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 backend. The portal will be using the Microsoft MVC3 framework along with the Razor engine. For the fun of it, I’ll also include a Bing Map.