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CRM 2011: Using Sample Data

As you may know, Microsoft Dynamics CRM has a log of parts and pieces and sometimes it is difficult to determine what data goes into what box. Part of the problem is that when Dynamics CRM is first installed, it is a blank canvas, with no data to show you the interactions between the various […]

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CRM Migration Assistant 1.2 Released

I’m proud to announce the release of version 1.2 of our CRM JavaScript conversion utility, the CRM Migration Assistant. New Features The following new features were added: QuikStats Lists the following statistics on the conversion process: Number of files Number of lines of JavaScript Conversion time Find Duplicates Two additional reports are create that track […]

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CRM 4.0 Developers: Unsupported JavaScript usage question

Hi Everyone, I’m adding some new conversion points to my JavaScript conversion tool, CRM Migration Assistant, and I am curious if anyone has used any of the following internal CRM 4.0 objects or methods: crmForm.detachCloseAlert(); crmFormSubmit.crmFormSubmitSecurity.value crmFormSubmit.crmFormSubmitId.value crmFormSubmit.crmFormSubmitObjectType.value   If you have, I’d love to see some sample code to see how you were using […]

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CRM 2011 Debug Information Page

An excellent post today from EMEA Dynamics CRM Support that is worth sharing: CRM Debug Information Page Each CRM installation has an out-of-the box ASPX page that contains basic information regarding your CRM (verified for CRM 4.0 and CRM 2011) installation. If you refer to the following URL: http://ServerName:Port/OrgName/home/home_debug.aspx     (replace ServerName, Port and OrgName to […]

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