Data Flow Transformations in SSIS – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct15

Data Flow Transformations in SSIS – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

SSIS has various data flow transformation components that make it easy to manipulate the source data before it can be sent to the destination for processing. Below are some of the most frequently used one For changing the data type of the source column. Simply select the input column and then specify the data type for it. For e.g., if our source has one of the date columns as a string, we can apply Data Conversion transformation to...

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CRM Accountability: Did someone say fitness challenge?
Oct15

CRM Accountability: Did someone say fitness challenge?

So… I was suckered into… I mean, I graciously accepted a friend’s invitation to join a ten week burpee challenge. Week one includes 10 burpees per day, week two 20, you get the jest, up to week ten where we complete 100 burpees per day. For those of you who enjoy the numbers, that’s 70 straight days for a total of 3,850 burpees. What’s a burpee you ask? Please see the image below for a… Continue Reading Tricia...

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Using Emojis In Voice of the Customer
Oct15

Using Emojis In Voice of the Customer

Thanks for visiting! If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. I’ve talked about using emojis in the past, by adding them to option sets. I’ve also talked about using CSS on a survey to make it look better in terms of branding. So what about using emojis in voice of the customer and changing it slightly with CSS to make it awesome? You’re in luck! Gathering… Continue Reading Megan V. Walker’s...

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Two-tier Time Entry approvals with Flow
Oct15

Two-tier Time Entry approvals with Flow

Tested on:Dynamics 365 version 9.0.2, PSA solution version 3.x, Unified Interface, Microsoft Flow Time and Expense Entries and their approvals are an important part of Dynamics 365 Project Service Automation. A slight downside to Project Approvals is that the logic is based on a single level approval process: A user (or users) set as a Project Approver under Project Team Members approves… Continue Reading Antti Pajunen’s...

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MB2-717 Certification: (Microsoft Dynamics for Sales) – Help
Oct15

MB2-717 Certification: (Microsoft Dynamics for Sales) – Help

As I prepare for my Dynamics 365 certification in sales (MB2-717), I’m creating blog posts based on my revision. I hope that collectively these posts may prove useful to anyone also preparing for the MB2-717 exam. In this post I will explain how to access help. Below you can see that the help center is specifically mentioned in the stills measured; Help might not seem like a large topic!… Continue Reading Neil Parkhurst’s...

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How to build a single HTTP request from data within a collection in Microsoft Flow – crmcat

A challenge in Microsoft Flow is to obtain specific data from a collection of objects (Like Dynamics 365 records) and use some data from those records within a single HTTP request. Why not make multiple HTTP requests within the ‘Apply Each’ loop I hear you ask? Well my friend, because there could be 100 records or more, that’s 100 hits to an endpoint which is really unnecessary,… Continue Reading admin’s Article on their...

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Solution Import Errors on Marketing List Entity (Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Version 9.0+)
Oct14

Solution Import Errors on Marketing List Entity (Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Version 9.0+)

The importance of segregated deployment environments for any IT application cannot be understated. Even if this only comprises of a single test/User Acceptance Testing (UAT) environment, there are a plethora of benefits involved, which should easily outweigh any administrative or time effort involved: They provide a safe “sandbox” for any functionality or developmental changes to be carried… Continue Reading The CRM Chap’s...

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Client API Change for openWebResource – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct14

Client API Change for openWebResource – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

Prior to D365 V9, we were using Xrm.Utility.openWebResource() to open a web resource in a new window. However, going forward in D365 V9 we need to use Xrm.Navigation.openWebResource() to perform the same operation. Let’s take an example: D365 V8: D365 V9: Hope it helps !! Continue Reading Nishant Rana’s Article on their...

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Stop SSIS Package Execution in SSISDB – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct14

Stop SSIS Package Execution in SSISDB – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

Suppose a package has been running for quite a long time or has been mistakenly run and we would like to stop its execution. To do so Right Click on SSISDB Select All Execution Reports Filter it to see all the Running packages We can see our all the running packages there. Now to stop any specific package, right click SSISDB and select Active Operations From the Active Operation window, select the running job and click on Stop button...

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Using Alternate Key to set Lookup in SSIS (KingswaySoft) – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct13

Using Alternate Key to set Lookup in SSIS (KingswaySoft) – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

Alternate Keys which were introduced with CRM 2015 Update 1, gave us the ability to Upsert and Update records, by defining one or more fields as Alternate Key and use that field(s) instead of relying only on Primary Key. Alternate Keys can also be used for setting or updating the lookup instead of GUID. CDSCRM Destination Component in KingswaySoft SSIS Integration Toolkit allows us the option of specifying the Alternate Key for...

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USD – Crashing (Multiple Tokens)
Oct13

USD – Crashing (Multiple Tokens)

I have seen this issue a couple of times and decided to blog about the solution …. The problem is that Unified Service Desk fails to load. The symptoms of this problem are that Unified Service Desk starts to load but then suddenly dies. No error message is given (at least not visibly). There is however an error reported in log files. To find you log files navigate to “%appdata%” in… Continue Reading Neil Parkhurst’s...

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Create Azure Machine Learning Web Service using Azure Machine Learning Studio – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct12

Create Azure Machine Learning Web Service using Azure Machine Learning Studio – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

Azure’s Machine Learning Studio makes it easy to create machine leaning based solution. To try it free, go to Machine Learning Studio’s home page and sign in with the existing Microsoft Account. (or we can make use of existing Azure Account and add Machine Learning to it) Azure Machine Learning Studio is an IDE for Machine Learning, that allows us to design, develop, test, deploy the solution easily using drag and drop functionality....

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Create Azure Machine Learning Web Service using Azure Machine Learning Studio – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct12

Create Azure Machine Learning Web Service using Azure Machine Learning Studio – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

Azure’s Machine Learning Studio makes it easy to create machine leaning based solution. To try it free, go to Machine Learning Studio’s home page and sign in with the existing Microsoft Account. (or we can make use of existing Azure Account and add Machine Learning to it) Azure Machine Learning Studio is an IDE for Machine Learning, that allows us to design, develop, test, deploy the solution easily using drag and drop functionality....

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MB2-717 Certification: (Microsoft Dynamics for Sales) – Email Setup
Oct12

MB2-717 Certification: (Microsoft Dynamics for Sales) – Email Setup

As I prepare for my Dynamics 365 certification in sales (MB2-717), I’m creating blog posts based on my revision. I hope that collectively these posts may prove useful to anyone also preparing for the MB2-717 exam. In this post I will explain how to configure email. You can see an extract from the MB2-717 skills measured statement which mentions email. Using email to manage your customer… Continue Reading Neil Parkhurst’s...

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12 Reasons Why: CRM Activity Management Adoption
Oct11

12 Reasons Why: CRM Activity Management Adoption

It’s a question we hear all the time: “why do I need to track my activities in our CRM solution?” And it is often accompanied by other questions like, “why do we need to have a goal about the number of activities we’re tracking?” and, “for that matter, why do I have to use CRM at all?” It’s a fair question. You’re a professional. You’ve been doing this job for years, and you’ve been meeting… Continue Reading Geoff Ables’s...

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OneNote for Sales Rep Note Taking: An Interview
Oct11

OneNote for Sales Rep Note Taking: An Interview

This week I had the pleasure of riding along with one of our client’s top sales reps. We’ve been working with this client for a while now and have learned that the average opportunity closes anywhere between 3 and 18 months. Not only is the timeline extended, opportunities typically require a lot of prospect interaction and follow ups. As a result, the sales reps must keep track of a lot of… Continue Reading Tricia...

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Steve chats with Charles Lamanna – Steve Mordue

In this episode of “Steve has a Chat”, I sneak up on Charles Lamanna, General Manager of the Application Platform at Microsoft. I called him “out of the blue” at the end of his day, and we chatted about a bunch of things, including the new Open Data Initiative, Licensing, PowerApps, Team Member, ISVs and more. Enjoy! Related Posts Continue Reading Steve Mordue MVP’s Article on their...

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JavaScript and Business Rule on the same field – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct11

JavaScript and Business Rule on the same field – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

Recently, on change of value of a field, we had business rule earlier and then we decided to perform the same using JavaScript to avoid hard coding of value in Business rule. The logic was to set value of 2 other fields on the form based on the value selected. The logic was working fine on DEV as we had deactivated the business rule. However, after deploying to TEST and UAT, it stopped working. We verified that the JavaScript event...

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Display SharePoint images on mobile devices in a Canvas PowerApp
Oct11

Display SharePoint images on mobile devices in a Canvas PowerApp

I had been playing with displaying SharePoint images within a canvas app and everything was looking great when I was doing my testing on the web interface. This canvas app was for mobile use though and when I started testing it on mobile – I noticed that the SharePoint images weren’t displaying. A quick search on the internet and you find that others have been tripped up by this too! After some head scratching, I came up...

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MB2-717 Certification: (Microsoft Dynamics for Sales) – Email templates
Oct11

MB2-717 Certification: (Microsoft Dynamics for Sales) – Email templates

As I prepare for my Dynamics 365 certification in sales (MB2-717), I’m creating blog posts based on my revision. I hope that collectively these posts may prove useful to anyone also preparing for the MB2-717 exam. In this post I will focus on email templates. Email templates allow us to quickly create standardised messages. These are often used for common messages including welcome… Continue Reading Neil Parkhurst’s...

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Cookie Policy Acceptance in Dynamics 365 Portals – ReadyXRM
Oct11

Cookie Policy Acceptance in Dynamics 365 Portals – ReadyXRM

Summary Cookies are small files that remember settings or other information on websites and portals. Websites from European companies are required to provide a mechanism for visitors to provide consent to use cookies. Implementing Cookie Policy Acceptance in portals is easily achieved by adding a small piece of JavaScript to a portal web template. Cookies Cookies are used in websites and… Continue Reading Nick Doelman’s...

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Dynamics 365 Plugin for Capturing Marketing List Member Events with C# – Therapy in Code
Oct10

Dynamics 365 Plugin for Capturing Marketing List Member Events with C# – Therapy in Code

As you may know accessing the hidden entity listmember (Marketing List Members) is not possible via the SDK when writing a Dynamics 365 plugin.  After digging around from site to site, searching Google till my eyes popped out, I uncovered a couple unique message names that one can attach to the parent entity list (Marketing List) that are triggered when adding or removing contacts to a… Continue Reading Therapy in…’s...

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Uninstalling Field Service | Microsoft Dynamics 365 UK MCT
Oct10

Uninstalling Field Service | Microsoft Dynamics 365 UK MCT

I am working on a project where we want to schedule a custom entity using Universal Resource Scheduling (URS) There isn’t a way to install URS on its own; URS is installed with Field Service and Project Service Automation. So I installed Field Service and I can see the URS managed solutions along with the Field Service managed solutions. However, I want… Continue Reading Julian Sharp’s Article on their...

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Dynamics 365 Customisation and configuration – MB2-716 study notes
Oct10

Dynamics 365 Customisation and configuration – MB2-716 study notes

I studied for the latest Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customization and Configuration certification, this is the 6th version I have passed.  Each time I take the certification I learn something new about Microsoft Dynamics, it’s limitations and how it works. My previous study notes are here MB2-712 – CRM 2016 customisation and configuration Hosk study notes , the notes below are new things I learnt and built on top of the previous notes. ...

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Understanding The Standard Sales Funnel Charts
Oct10

Understanding The Standard Sales Funnel Charts

Thanks for visiting! If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. I’m not the first to write about this subject, and probably won’t be the last, but it’s something not immediately obvious in the way in which the standard sales funnel charts work in Dynamics 365/CRM. The standard Sales Activity Dashboard displays the chart below, detailing Opportunity Pipeline by… Continue Reading Megan V. Walker’s...

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Alternate Key not getting created on solution import in Dynamics 365 – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct10

Alternate Key not getting created on solution import in Dynamics 365 – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

Recently, we moved our Solution from Development to Test. Then on running one of the SSIS Packages we got the below error The specified key attributes are not a defined key for the entity [4] CRM service call returned an error: On opening the Entity for customization, and checking for the key, we saw that it was in the Status Pending. On opening the system job, there was no detail for the error. We normally get this error, if there...

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Creating Power BI Report using Power Query (M) Builder plugin of XrmToolBox – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct09

Creating Power BI Report using Power Query (M) Builder plugin of XrmToolBox – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

Power Query(M) Builder XrmToolBox Plugin developed by Ulrik Carlsson and Mohamed Rasheed makes it very easy to develop Power BI Reports targeting Dynamics 365 CE. Just listing down the basic steps below for quick reference à Install the Power Query (M) Builder plugin from XrmToolBox Click on Load Entities and select the Entity against which we want to write the report. Here we will be writing a report against Case entity (for e.g....

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Issue with SLA fields with lower case schema names
Oct09

Issue with SLA fields with lower case schema names

On a customer tenant we had the issue on some orgs that with SLA feature enabled on the entity work order the transferred solution created on the target system fields with lower case schema names: DEV-System with proper schema names: Exported as managed solution and then imported to a Dynamics 8.2.2.x Online system: => now with wrong lower case schema names Microsoft confirmed in… Continue Reading Andreas Cieslik’s Article...

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The SiteMapName in the AppModuleSiteMap is null or empty
Oct09

The SiteMapName in the AppModuleSiteMap is null or empty

After upgrading a customer to 9.0 we had an error importing a solution containing an App into our production instance The error was 0x80050109 “The SiteMapName in the AppModuleSiteMap is null or empty” I checked the the SiteMap for this app does have a name but checking the customizations.xml there was no SiteMapName node in the exported… Continue Reading Julian Sharp’s Article on their...

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Ignite 2018 & The Power of Microsoft’s Platform
Oct08

Ignite 2018 & The Power of Microsoft’s Platform

Just like last year, I was fortunate to be able to escape the chilly Finnish autumn weather to sunny and warm Orlando this September, to attend the Microsoft Ignite 2018 conference. This time my visit to Florida did not contain a whole lot of sunlight, though, as my stay in that region was focused strictly on the days of the event, which meant I was mostly wandering back and forth the endless… Continue Reading Jukka...

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Hosk’s recommended Dynamics 365 and other articles September 2018
Oct08

Hosk’s recommended Dynamics 365 and other articles September 2018

Quotes The pain of legacy code never goes away #HoskCodeWisdom Writing code is a long lesson in humility #HoskCodeWisdom   Power is like being a lady… if you have to tell people you are, you aren’t.” – Margaret Thatcher Articles of the Month Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service updates and upgrades What Developers Should Know from Microsoft Build Great Dynamics 365 articles this month Dynamics 365 Online Limitations Dynamics...

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Using KingswaySoft’s CDS/CRM Source component to get Audit information in Dynamics 365 CE (SSIS) – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct08

Using KingswaySoft’s CDS/CRM Source component to get Audit information in Dynamics 365 CE (SSIS) – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

Kingsway’s CDS/CRM Source component and has Source Type property having an AuditLogs value that can be used to get the Audit details from Dynamics 365 CE. Below we have set the Source Type as AuditLogs in the CDS/CRM Source Component Editor and provided the FetchXML for the entity for which we would like to retrieve the audit information. To get all the audit records, we can run it against Audit entity. For AuditLogs source type there...

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Client API Change for openEntityForm – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct08

Client API Change for openEntityForm – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

Prior to D365 V9, we were using Xrm.Utility.openEntityForm() to open an existing record or to open a create form of an entity providing some additional parameters. However, in D365 V9 as it has been deprecated, we need to use Xrm.Navigation.openForm() to perform the same operation. Here’s an example of the change in API along with it’s parameters.D365 V8: D365 V9: While creating a new record, we can pass values to the attributes using...

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Incoming Emails Not Synchronizing in Dynamics CRM/Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement
Oct07

Incoming Emails Not Synchronizing in Dynamics CRM/Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement

Earlier this month, a colleague escalated an issue to me involving Dynamics CRM/365 Customer Engagement (CRM/D365CE), specifically relating to email tracking. This feature is by far one of the most useful and unwieldy within the application, if not configured correctly. In days of yore, the setup steps involved could be tedious to implement, mainly if you were operating within the confines of… Continue Reading The CRM...

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Upgrade to new Xrm client API object model (v9) smoothly using XrmToolBox plugins – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct07

Upgrade to new Xrm client API object model (v9) smoothly using XrmToolBox plugins – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

We are currently in process of upgrading Dynamics from version 8.2 to 9.0. One of the major change is updating our current JavaScript to the new Xrm Client API Object Model. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/get-started/whats-new/customer-engagement/important-changes-coming#some-client-apis-are-deprecated https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/customer-engagement/developer/clientapi/understand-clientapi-object-model...

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Ribbon button changes – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct06

Ribbon button changes – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

If we have custom Ribbon button and custom JS code to perform some action on click of it or to simply display/hide Ribbon button based on some condition in JS code in version prior to D365 V9, then following changes need to be done to make them work in D365 V9. Using Ribbon Workbench, add a new parameter to the command/enable rule/display rule of type CRM Parameter: Select the value of CRM Parameter as PrimaryControl: After making...

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Dealing with OptionSet inside PowerBI in Dynamics 365 CE – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct06

Dealing with OptionSet inside PowerBI in Dynamics 365 CE – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

Suppose, we have created a Power BI Report which makes use of OptionSet field. It is on incident entity and we have selected priority code and state code option set fields. The problem is that we only get the value for them, so to get the label either we can manually specify it or use the plugin Power BI Option Set Assistant. We’d see both the methods. Let us take state code field first and specify label for them manually. In the...

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Upcoming changes to Trials and Common Data Service (CDS) environments
Oct05

Upcoming changes to Trials and Common Data Service (CDS) environments

Microsoft are making a number of changes to how trials are provisioned for Dynamics 365 and CDS. The first change has been announced – please read https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/crm/2018/10/05/announcing-changes-to-new-trials-and-new-cds-orgs/ Expect more changes to come If you are a Microsoft partner you can make use of...

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 UK MCT

I was asked today for training on Gamification. Gamification is an add-on for Dynamics 365 for Sales that motivates and encourages your sales, and wider employee groups, to work together. What I like about gamification in Dynamics 365 is that it is not just aimed as individual sales people. The idea is that you create teams from across the business and… Continue Reading Julian Sharp’s Article on their...

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Biz Apps Readiness UK Community Call 12th October
Oct05

Biz Apps Readiness UK Community Call 12th October

Don’t forget the next UK Community call next Friday at 12pm BST We’ll talk about the recent changes to learning and training Register here If you missed last month’s call you can watch the recording here Like this: Like Loading… Related About Julian Sharp I have worked with Dynamics CRM… Continue Reading Julian Sharp’s Article on their...

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Upgrading from Dynamics CRM 2016 On-Premise to Dynamics 365 – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct05

Upgrading from Dynamics CRM 2016 On-Premise to Dynamics 365 – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

Make sure the Solution is compatible to Dynamics 365 (8.2), for this check the Version Compatibility https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/dynamicscrm-2016/developers-guide/gg328109%28v%3dcrm.8%29#version-compatibility Upgrade the existing CRM 2016 On-Premise Server to CRM 2016 (8.1) for its solution to be compatible with Dynamics 365 Online using cumulative updates....

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Iterate over child entities in Dynamics 365 using Microsoft Flow – crmcat

One of the weaknesses of traditional workflows within Dynamics 365 is their inability to natively iterate over child records. Great news! Microsoft Flow allows you to be able to iterate over child records and pass in query string parameters allowing you to limit the returned collection. It achieves this using OData syntax. Trust me though, even if you have never used OData syntax before,… Continue Reading admin’s Article...

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We’re Sorry, Something Went Wrong When Adding Dynamics 365 App for Outlook
Oct04

We’re Sorry, Something Went Wrong When Adding Dynamics 365 App for Outlook

When working on something new in Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement, from here on out known as Dynamics 365, I always recommend not cowboying it (doing updates in production without considering the ramification that could be caused by your actions). Much better to use your test instance or if you don’t have one, spin up a demo organization. So when we wanted to test the Dynamics 365 App for… Continue Reading Paige Cassada’s...

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My notes on Dynamics 365 Data Export Service – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct04

My notes on Dynamics 365 Data Export Service – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

Recently we configured Data Export Service in our Production environment. The idea was to export the data to Azure SQL DB that can be used for Power BI report. https://nishantrana.me/2017/03/19/configuring-data-export-service-in-microsoft-dynamics-365/ Pros: Easy to configure. Takes care of incremental changes. Easy to check the status Cons: Issues with the Failed records. For e.g. We have around 200K records failed for one entity as...

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Virtual Entities Part 2 – Cosmos DB
Oct03

Virtual Entities Part 2 – Cosmos DB

Here is the second post of the series that will focus on connecting Virtual Entities with Azure Cosmos DB. Last time I covered basic concepts of virtual entities and now it’s time to explore more friendly & flexible OOB connector for Cosmos DB. Last time we jumped straight to the point of creating a new data source in Dynamics 365, but this time we don’t even have a connector… Continue Reading Dynamics Ninja’s Article...

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The new Microsoft Dynamics 365 release schedule is coming
Oct03

The new Microsoft Dynamics 365 release schedule is coming

You might have missed or ignored Microsoft’s post on the new update cadence because few people use the term update cadence.  What update cadence refers to is the NEW MICROSOFT DYNAMICS RELEASE schedule, the change is two major updates to Dynamics 365 online twice a year at the same time (in each region) with no way to opt out or schedule. WHAT!  You mean Microsoft Dynamics 365‘ in a region will upgrade at the same time potentially...

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Earned “Top 10 in September 2018 Blog Leaderboard” badge in Dynamics 365 Community – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
Oct03

Earned “Top 10 in September 2018 Blog Leaderboard” badge in Dynamics 365 Community – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

I have my blog syndicated to Dynamics 365 Community. We can request our existing blog to be syndicated to Microsoft Dynamics Community which I would strongly recommend all the Dynamics 365 bloggers out there. Click the below link to get all the details à https://community.dynamics.com/w/help/136.request-a-new-blog-or-blog-to-syndicate With blog syndicated, your blog post would also be published to Dynamics community as well and active...

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4 Things Successful Employees Do When Co-Workers Complain
Oct02

4 Things Successful Employees Do When Co-Workers Complain

Complaints: Sometimes they’re valid. Sometimes they’re drama. And sometimes they’re toxic. If you leave it to leadership to deal with complaints, you’re missing the big picture. Most employees complain to co-workers and never raise their concerns to leaders. Those complaints can fester and create a toxic workplace before you know it. How you handle complaints as an employee plays a role in… Continue Reading Geoff Ables’s...

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USD – Resolve Case | Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Unified Service Desk
Oct02

USD – Resolve Case | Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Unified Service Desk

I recently had a requirement to be able to quickly resolve a case in Microsoft’s Unified Service Desk (USD), in the end the solution was really easy but not quite what I expected. Here is my solution …. You probably know that out of the box the resolve case button displays a dialog that can’t be customised. Often organisations will require a simpler approach. As a reminder standard… Continue Reading Neil Parkhurst’s...

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PSA V2, Field Service V7 and the Unified Interface
Oct02

PSA V2, Field Service V7 and the Unified Interface

Tested on:Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement version 9.0.2PSA solution version 2.4.6.27Field Service solution version 7.5.3.36Unified Interface I recently tried the Field Service app after updating the V7 Field Service solution and to my surprise the app launched on the Unified Interface. When I was provisioning Field Service to a vanilla instance a few days ago, I… Continue Reading Antti Pajunen’s Article on their...

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