Tip #1138: Obtenga your Dynamics 365 trial dans la правильном Sprache

Hola

Dynamics 365 supports 43 base languages, and sometimes you need the right one for the trial. In theory, it’s as easy as 1-2-3: Un Clément “French but not Tanguy” Olivier was having no luck provisioning a trial instance in his langue maternelle: For a client demo, I had to create a new Trial instance (on […]

Tip #1137: Learn language and study API to simplify your code

Simple life

I already wrote about the benefits of learning new language features. Equally important is to understand what assemblies are available as part of Dynamics 365 SDK, how they work, what classes and interfaces are available, and how the edge cases work (basically, “what-if” scenarios, like “what if this is null”). This week I had “privilege” […]

Tip #1027: Quick fix for the date format in portals

Quick fix

When I roll out the new Dynamics 365 portal, especially for a demo, the first thing I want to do is to change the date format. Why? Because of this comprehensive map of all countries that use the MMDDYYYY date format: In Dynamics 365 go to Portals > Portal Languages and open English record. Change […]

Tip #981: Sharing knowledge with Australians

Australian knife

For years Dynamics CRM/365 has been ignoring language variations like Swedish (Finland), English (Irish), and Spanish (Traditional Sort). People working on portals and new knowledge management features thought otherwise and now you can do either using local language variety. Neil “New Release – New Country” Benson always tries to play nice with the locals, this […]

Tip #964: Use latest language features

Food evolution

I often find that developers like comfort zones. They tend to use the constructs that they already know and are comfortable with. That includes language features as well. However, programming languages are evolving all the time and new features are introduced with every new release. Those features aren’t just cool, they make developer’s life much […]

Tip #101: Can you transate this please?

So just how many languages does Microsoft Dynamics CRM speak?  Is it 10, 15 or maybe 25?  Dynamics CRM speaks a whopping 41 languages.  It’s a translating machine. Chinese (Hong Kong), Chinese (PRC), Chinese (Taiwan), Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish (International), Basque, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Estonian, Galician, Hindi, Kazakh, […]