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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 1.3.1 Released

We’ve made a couple of changes to the CRM Migration Assistant this week. You may download the trial version here.   Navigation Element Conversion The conversion of navigation elements ( navActivities, navActivityHistory, etc. ) was initially added to convert code like this: var myvar = document.all.navOpps.style.display;   into this: var myvar = Xrm.Page.ui.navigation.items.get("navOpps").getVisible();   An […]

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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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1 Web Resource Naming

I found something quite interesting while working on my CRM Migration Assistant JavaScript conversion tool. We you create a web resource, you, the developer, are responsible for prepending the name of the web resource with the proper Customization Prefix. The second rather interesting fact is that CRM doesn’t care what that prefix is. It seems […]

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4 CRM 2011 Development Skeleton

Back in 2009 I released a small Visual Studio solution that contained all you needed to get started connecting and communicating with CRM 4.0: CRM 4.0 Development Skeleton It was fairly popular, having almost 1,000 downloads over the course of almost two years. I finally blocked out the time and updated the skeleton for CRM […]

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