The limited launch pricing of £22.75 per user/month ends on 31st December 2011, so now is a very good time to start a 30 free trial of Dynamics CRM 2011 online and still benefit from the discounted rate.
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Sometimes the LINQ, Query Expressions or Fetch just doesn't give you the ability to quickly query your data in the way you want to. A good example of this is the lack of left outer join support if you want a where clause to filter results based on the joined entity. Sometime, you just need to query ... [More]
It is quite common for users to request that reports be included in Iframes on forms, or in Dashboards. Although this can be done by pointing the Iframe directly at SQL Reporting services, this essentially bypasses the CRM Report connector and relies on the user authenticating directly with SQL Repo... [More]
One of the drawbacks of using Silverlight clients for CRM2011, is that there is no built in support for early bound entity types since you cannot use the Microsoft SDK assemblies. Really, there isn't anything that special going on with early bound support in the SDK assemblies – a behaviour is added... [More]
A while back I had a problem with calling the CRM2011 WCF endpoint where the Microsoft SDK Proxy assembly was not available (e.g. Silverlight). When calling RetrieveMultiple I was getting the following exception:
"The formatter threw an exception while trying to deserialize the message: There was... [More]
Develop1 have a Silverlight 4 CRM 2011 theme available for the following user interface components:
Text Box Style
Date Picker Style
Radio Button Style
Data Grid Style
Lookup Style (Coming soon)
Please contact us for more information.
If you run the following query using the CRM 2011 Linq provider (I'm using Linq pad here):
from u in SystemUserSet
where u.Id == new Guid("f19f4c09-965b-e011-ab82-000c2957f385")
All is well.
However, if you add a join:
from u in SystemUserSet
join t in TerritorySet
on u.Territ... [More]
In CRM 4, this used to be a very popular request:
"Please change the default lookup type on the customer field to contact"
"Please limit the lookup type on the customer field to only allow selection of contacts"
In CRM 2011, there still doesn't seem to be an easy way of doing this, ... [More]
Using the clearOptions method on PickLists, can leave an empty entry because Drop Down lists in HTML must have at least one entry.
To work around use the following code that removes all options other than the current value to avoid the empty entry.
var attribute = Xrm.Page.getAttribute(“attri... [More]