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Subgrid Refresh Events

Read this blog for some tips on handling Dynamics 365 subgrid refresh events in JavaScript.

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How to Use Multiple Datasets in a Single Tablix Region in SSRS

In this blog we show you how to use multiple datasets into a single tablix region in SSRS!

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Solving an SSRS Report Viewer “Gotcha”

In this post, we cover a “gotcha” we discovered while working with jQuery and the SSRS Report Viewer in a tabbed reporting format.

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form save

Using Form Save with Custom Web Resources

Using custom web resources on forms can be a powerful tool, but it should integrate seamlessly with the form save. We should you how in this blog!

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Importing Created and Modified Values in CRM

Importing Created and Modified Values in CRM

When importing data into Dynamics CRM using SSIS, you also need to import your Created on/by and Modified on/by data. Previously, you could only import CreateOn fields by mapping the "overriddencreatedon" field with source data. We now have at least two supported options to update these fields, and in today's blog, we will show you […]

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Q & A: Dynamics CRM and NuGet

Q & A: Dynamics CRM and NuGet

If you've done any custom .NET development against Dynamics CRM you've undoubtedly downloaded the Dynamics CRM SDK and run a few of the samples to get a feel for how things work. You've probably also noticed that all the .NET samples use one or more assemblies that ship with the SDK to make things work. […]

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Retrieve and Create Attachments Associated To Notes of an Entity in Dynamics CRM

Retrieve and Create Attachments Associated To Notes of an Entity in Dynamics CRM

You may have a need to retrieve attachments and create attachments associated to notes of an entity in Microsoft Dynamics CRM. We have provided the sample .net code that shows how to retrieve these attachments: Sample 1 private EntityCollection RetrieveNoteAttachments(Guid entityId) { EntityCollection results = null; QueryExpression _noteattachmentQuery = new QueryExpression { EntityName = "annotation", […]

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Switching from an Email Router to Server-Side Sync in Dynamics CRM 2013

Switching from an Email Router to Server-Side Sync in Dynamics CRM 2013

If you haven't done so by now, you are probably considering upgrading to CRM 2013. CRM 2013 introduces the new Server-Side Synchronization (SSS) feature which can take the place of email router. Eliminating the email router also offers the benefit of further centralizing the administration of CRM toward the application layer. In this blog we […]

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Key Considerations for Writing Scripts for Dynamics CRM for Tablets Application

Key Considerations for Writing Scripts for Dynamics CRM for Tablets Application

Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Tablets (aka MoCa) uses the same form definitions that are used in the web application. Any JavaScript code added to form event handlers or ribbon commands in the web application may also run within CRM for tablets application. However, due to presentation differences on the tablet form factor, there are some […]

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How to Create a URL from a Text Field Using JavaScript in Dynamics CRM

How to Create a URL from a Text Field Using JavaScript in Dynamics CRM

Suppose you wanted to automatically email a URL based on a field in CRM. For example, if an account name is XYZaccount, then suppose you want to email a url that is http://www.XYZaccount.mydomain.com. Attempting to directly use the field name in a URL in a workflow that sends an email won't work. What we've done in […]

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Keeping Afloat with CRM System Requirements for Dynamics CRM

Keeping Afloat with CRM System Requirements for Dynamics CRM

Do you remember the last time you went boating? Chances are that it was an enjoyable experience. Maybe you are the captain of your own boat or you're one of the lucky few who have a friend who is. Owning a boat is a significant investment and is similar to maintaining an instance of MS […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Performance Center

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Performance Center

An exciting feature of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Online is the Performance Center. In the Performance Center, you can measure load analytics of a particular form or view. To utilize the Performance Center first log in to CRM. Once logged in, press Ctrl+Shift+Q on any form or view to utilize the Performance Center. Once you […]

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