This next tip comes from Marius “Why are you still on-premises” Agur Lind. Got a tip of your own? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org (and don’t forget to include either your Twitter handle or LinkedIn profile link for the eternal link appreciation). Have you ever used an on-premise deployment and found that some testing and enabling […]
From time to time I come across posts referring to CRM Online limits and citing 200 (active) workflows as a limit to be aware of. Let me use 1000-word equivalent: What you see here is the user interface lagging behind the product capabilities. As far as I know, limit for the number of custom entities […]
Ever since charts were introduced in CRM 2011, there has been a limit of 50,000 records that could be aggregated via a chart. This limitation is there for performance reasons, and has been a reason why some users with large data sets have stayed away from using charts. CRM 2015 introduces rollup fields, which automatically […]
Editor note: this tip only applies to Dynamics 365 on premise. Online has a 1,000 field limit per entity. CRM 2011 had a maximum of 1000 fields per entity in Dynamics CRM. CRM 2013 and 2015 have a maximum of 1023 fields per entity. How are you going to use your 23 more fields?
The tablet app for Dynamics CRM includes limits on what can be included on a form in the app: 75 fields 10 Grids 5 Tabs These limitations are there for a reason: mobile devices have lower RAM than a PC browser, so the default limits are there to ensure good form performance. However, sometimes you […]