Happy 2017! This new year promises to be really exciting in the world of Dynamics 365. The spring release is going to be a big one for developers and I'm really looking forwards to it.
In the meantime, I've released a new beta version of the Ribbon Workbench that includes the following features:
This is question on the lips of many after the recent Dynamics 365 anouncements.
Watch my short video to see how Dynamics CRM sits alongside the Common Data Model: https://youtu.be/fYIPXx9zjj8
If you have tried to install Project Service recently you might have found that it's disappeared from the 'preferred solution' list in the Office 365 admin portal. So where has it gone?!
Although the CRM Online Help hasn't yet been updated to reflect the fact, it has now moved to the recently relea... [More]
Since the release of the Ribbon Workbench 2016 I am in the process of updating the documentation to reflect the new user interface.
This video series on mastering the Ribbon Workbench 2016 will take you through from installing to performing advanced customisations.
Part 1 - Downloading & Ins... [More]
I'm pleased to announce that in addition to the managed solution that you can install inside Dynamics CRM, the Ribbon Workbench 2016 is also available in the XrmToolbox (if you hadn't already noticed!).
When you open the XrmToolbox you will see that there is the Ribbon Workbench available for downl... [More]
Ever since Microsoft's announcement in 2005 of the 'Dynamics' brand, the strategy (code named 'Project Green') to homogenise the range of ERP products together into a single technology has been all but been forgotten. This has largely been due to Microsoft's investments in 'mash-up' technologies suc... [More]
In previous articles in this series we've talked about the differences between Server Side Sync and the old List Component. Since I published the first articles, a new MSDN article on the topic has been posted which I thought would be good to signpost folks to => Important considerations for serv... [More]
In the constant struggle to improve data quality it is common to avoid using free-text fields in favour of select fields. This approach has the advantage of ensuring that data is entered consistently such that it can easily be searched and reported upon.
There are a number of choices of approaches ... [More]