Tip #815: Make your Dynamics 365 portal speak local language

Swedish Chef

As of the time of writing, Dynamics 365 supports 45 languages. But there is only one English, one Spanish, and one French (to name a few) which makes people in UK, Australia, entire South America, and Canada fairly disappointed, considering that the list of locales contains about 230 entries. We learned to deal with the […]

Tip #813: Renaming default app

Change something

I couldn’t believe that there is something in Dynamics 365 world that Scott “Mr. Ribbon Workbench” Durow doesn’t know! Scott When importing solutions from 8.1 into 8.2 or upgrading orgs – is there a trick to rename the default app from ‘Dynamics 365 – custom’ to something else without having to create a new app? […]

Tip #812: CRM Undo

Go back

Occasionally I get the question, does Dynamics CRM/365 include an undo/redo feature. While the application does not have an undo button, it does support the features of your operating system, and if that OS is Windows (any version), you can use the keyboard shortcuts CTRL+Z to undo, and CTRL+Y to redo. Note that this is […]

Tip #811: Multilingual portals and external authentication providers

Sign language

After on and off hiatus caused by the festivities season we are back with another annual round of the daily tips. If you have external authentication providers all worked out in your Dynamics 365 Portal, and then you enable multilingual feature so that your portal looks fine in, say, Kazakh (yes, it’s one of the […]

Tip #810: Using Fiddler with Xrm Tooling

Old violin

Sometimes it’s very useful to see what requests are flying forth and back between your code and Dynamics 365. The tool of trade is, of course, Fiddler. Fiddler allows https traffic analysis by using man-in-the-middle interception using self-signed certificates. If you are using Xrm Tooling and, specifically, CrmServiceClient then you quickly find that the following code: […]