Tip #410: How to create non-interactive user while saving foot from injury

Non-interactive users (available in CRM Online only) are defined as the users that “… can access the system but only through the Web service”. That makes them perfect for use as integration accounts. That and a small fact that they do not consume a CRM license (in quantities five or less). To create non-interactive user […]

Tip #398: Careful with those .js libraries

After denting his table, Mehmet “Sputnik” Ozdemir finally decided to use his call-a-friend card. The problem? After attaching this trivial piece of script to the birthday field one would reasonably expect to select a date and see that selected value (+local time) popping up in a box. Instead, the returned value was null. Sometimes but […]

Tip #388: Shape the future of Dynamics CRM

Are you a Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft Dynamics Marketing, Microsoft Social Engagement, or Parature customer? Your mission is to contribute to the future of these products. To accomplish the challenge, please stop reading this blog for 20 minutes, and answer the call from CRM team. If you are both a customer and a partner, say […]

Tip #387: SLAs for dummies, Part 1: Fields

Nuevo SLA

¡Como estas amigos! Our good friend Pablo “CRMGamified” Peralta takes the podium again with another pepita de oro! What does each field in my SLA configuration mean? (To create new SLA: Configuration > Service > Management > Service Level Agreements: +New) Name: Basically, a descriptive name for our SLA, i.e. “Service Level for VIP Clients”. […]

Tip #386: The fastest way to provision new organization

For people who complain that they provision CRM organizations daily, hourly, weekly and cannot relax for 5 minutes while new organization is being created, here the quickest way to provision new CRM on-premises organizations: One-off preparations Go through the pain one last time and watch the paint dry while creating a new organization (name it, […]

Tip #382: Training? On New Features? Free? Yes, Please!

All A lot of good things in this life are free. Including, as it turns out, some awesome CRM training videos. There is, I kid you not, the whole TRAINING TAB in the Dynamics CRM section on YouTube, and after a release becomes publicly available, Dynamics CRM Support Team publishes awesome training videos about the […]

Tip #376: Stay with the versions

Latest CRM Assemblies on Nuget

Andre “I’ve got 88 in my handle” Margono reports from the development trenches: Based on the recommended practice to get the latest assemblies of Dynamics CRM SDK through Nuget I encountered one problem when I recently working on a demo with a CRM online instance. Tipp Jarr: the problem Andre has encountered is that when […]