In this blog we show you how to create a build and a release pipeline in Azure DevOps that use one parameterized task group for deploying Azure Logic Apps and Functions to different environments.
In this blog we cover an error that you may receive when trying to make changes to a calculated field that affects CRM 2016 on-premises environments.
Ever wish you could dynamically set the available values of a field to reflect picklist values? Sure, there are ways of filtering out unwanted options based on some filter criteria, but if you're dealing with data constraints that are constantly changing (ex: the brands of cars sold by a merchant at a particular location) it […]
The CRM 2016 Ribbon Workbench is a very helpful tool to create custom buttons and actions - learn more about it in today's blog.
Today we are going to see how to analyze and improve the query performance of your Dynamics 365 using the new Data Performance feature which is available for Dynamics 365(8.2) and CRM 2016 (8.0, 8.1) versions.
In Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016, an awesome new feature has been introduced. It gives you the ability to create Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel templates to easily get data out of CRM and into useful reports and spreadsheets. The best thing about the new feature, CRM Document Templates, is that it eliminates clicks when generating reports. Even […]
The ability to quickly generate Excel spreadsheets is an exciting new feature included with Dynamics CRM 2016. The feature allows you to create Excel templates tailored to display dynamic data on demand, and in today's blog, we will show you how easy it is to quickly generate excel templates in CRM! Let's begin! There are […]
For those of you who use our free, online resource, The CRM Book, prepare to get excited! The CRM Book has been updated to now include Dynamics CRM 2016 content. The content of the book covers topics ranging from the basics of using Dynamics CRM to the more advanced topics of administering and extending CRM. […]
The January update for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 has so much to offer! The update introduced cool new features to make a developer's life a lit bit easier. Features include Data Loader, one click document generator, the ability to hide and show sub grids, and many more. In an earlier blog, we showed you how […]
In one of our previous blog posts, we offered up an excellent example of how to generate consistently formatted one click Microsoft Word documents. In today's blog, we are going to dive even deeper into that post and show you how to add and format a table in the document to have automatically repeating rows […]
In today's blog, we'll be giving you a brief overview of the Data Loader feature, which is a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Preview Feature available only to North American-based Dynamics CRM Online organizations. So without further ado, let's begin! Let's walk through the steps needed for a data migration using the Data Loader. Since it […]
One of the biggest updates for developers in CRM 2016 is the new REST Web API endpoint. This is a promotion of the preview item that was available for CRM 2015 Update 1 (online only) customers to an officially supported feature. The new endpoint is being positioned to eventually replace the current SOAP and REST-based […]
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 introduced two new CRM client-side API additions: Web API and Autocomplete. In today's blog, we will go over both of these new features and show you how they can be used. Let's get started! Web API The Web API is replacing the Organization Service. It implements OData v4, which allows the […]