Just thought I would share this little tip to prevent someone else having the same issue:
The Configuration Data Migration Tool is a great way of moving records such as custom auto number settings from one organization to another. You can find it in the SDK under SDK\Tools\ConfigurationMigration.
I've just published the latest version of SparkleXRM on NuGet to make it easier to use from within Visual Studio.
You can simply add a NuGet reference to SparkleXRM and the dependancies will be pulled in as well.
PM> Install-Package SparkleXRM
Once installed, the Sparkle XRM assemblies will be... [More]
When publishing your Ribbon Workbench solution you may receive the following error:
"SecLib::RetrievePrivilegeForUser failed - no roles are assigned to user."
The first step in diagnosing these issues is to try and export the same solution using the CRM solutions area and then immediately re... [More]
I recently answered a question on this error on the Community forms and coincidently I've just come up against exactly the same issue!
When importing a solution you receive the error 'There was an error calculating dependencies for this component' and on downloading the log you see the full message... [More]
I still find the streamlined user experience offered by the Command Bar a welcome change from the CRM2011 Ribbon. The sub-grid command bar is the only possible exception with the loss of the ability to add custom sub-grid buttons. There are only at most two buttons on a sub grid – 'Add' and 'O... [More]
I've just committed an update to SparkleXRM with CRM2015 support and the process client API. One of the design decisions I made early on with SparkleXRM was to stick with a CRM2011 solution format to allow installation on both CRM2011 and CRM2013. Now that CRM2015 does not support installing CRM2011... [More]
Happy New Year – I hope 2015 will bring you lots of good things. Dynamics CRM 2015 upgrades are rolling out to Dynamics CRM online organisations with rapidly increasing frequency and so I have updated the Ribbon Workbench for 2015 support. You will see a new update notification when you next o... [More]
In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series we have discussed how the new server-to-server integration with SharePoint works under the covers. In this post I'll show you how to integrate with SharePoint directly from a sandboxed workflow activty/plugin rather than relying on the out of the box integration.
Back in the On-Prem CRM 3/4 days I would regularly customise the Dynamics CRM help files to add new topics and amend existing ones to match a company's solution. Context sensitive help was also possible by linking specific entities to specific help topics. With CRM2011 and the advent of the 'getting... [More]
Part 1 of in this series described how SharePoint Server to Server SharePoint integration (new to CRM2013 SP1) works from the client interface perspective. In this post I'd like to share a bit more how this all works from the server side.
When this feature was introduced my first qu... [More]