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This post takes you through a step by step scenario on configuring Server-Based SharePoint Integration. Whether you do it for a demo environment, your production or a development environment, as long as you do it for Dynamics CRM Online with O365 SharePoint, the following steps apply.

Assumption is that, as in this case, a new 30-day O365 and CRM Online instance was just spun up. You can do the trial O365 first, then from the admin console add the CRM Online trial, or vice-versa.

The simple way to start is, as soon as your instance is up and running, you will get the notification bar. Click on the Enable Now button.

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Continuing with THIS series of posts, today we are looking at using the Flot JScript library for visual rendering of data. Flot is a great little library for charting. It is available from HERE.

The Flot library has a few graphing variations available, and we can easily change the CSS as needed to make it look even more appealing. The idea is that presenting information visually will make our users so much faster, and more inclined to quickly glance to see what’s going on, rather than deep dive.

In this short article we focus on the Flot pie charts. What we will achieve is this:

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Notice how, for the purpose of this demo, I have left the available rendering option buttons on the form. You can change the rendering type as needed, until you figure out which is the best to use. I like to do that with customers because giving them choice empowers them and engages them in the discussion.
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