Hierarchical Visualization – Features & Limitations

So, you’ve upgrade your CRM to 2015, you’re browsing through the new features, and hierarchical visualization peaks your interest. You can finally do so many nice things where you needed Silverlight or custom HTML web resources before. Or can you? First off, what is hierarchical visualization? Starting with Dynamics CRM 2015, for records related in... Continue Reading →

New Book Released: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Customization Essentials

My new book is available for pre-order HERE. A big thank you goes to Packt Publishing, for making this possible. Also, thanking the community and the technical reviewers for the ongoing support and for keeping things interesting. Enjoy! UPDATE Dec. 26, 2014: Book is available to be ordered now. PACKT: https://www.packtpub.com/application-development/microsoft-dynamics-crm-customization-essentials Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-Dynamics-CRM-Customization-Essentials/dp/1784397849/ref=sr_1_10 Amazon.ca: http://www.amazon.ca/Microsoft-Dynamics-CRM-Customization-Essentials-ebook/dp/B00RP13CZC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1420464929&sr=8-1... Continue Reading →

Dynamics CRM Online – rolling out 2015

As of today, newly created instances are presenting the 2015 version. Go get yours today! As a side note, some delays were experienced this morning during the creation process, with wait times of upwards of an hour. High demand! Enjoy!

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Downloads

Running a quick search on Microsoft Download Center presents the following available downloads for Dynamics CRM 2015: This includes the download for Dynamics CRM 2015 Server for On-Premise, and the 90 days trial keys are made available also. Find it all HERE. Enjoy!

Calculated Fields in Dynamics CRM 2015

Calculated Fields are another of the new features added with Dynamics CRM 2015. They are build based on entity fields and related entities through a N:1 relationship. We can use the basic math operators and string functions in defining the formula. For complex rules we can also use AND and OR. Let’s look at a... Continue Reading →

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