Since march 2019, Microsoft provides updates for on-premise installations every month. You can find the download links and also the change log here
Plugins are a common way to add functionality, especially in an on premise system, as there is missing the possibility for using the flows. I created such a plugin, which uses some of the localization methods, deployed the plugin to my development system and got the following error.
Microsoft.Crm.Sdk.Messages.RetrieveLocLabelsResponse cannot be cast to [B]Microsoft.Crm.Sdk.Messages.RetrieveLocLabelsResponse.
If you are using the outlook app for dynamics 365 you have to check your pre-requirements (MS Docs). After a successful setup, you open your app in the outlook and track an item. There you’ll find a ‘+’, that indicated, that you can track you item to a new entity record (an contact for example). …
After a default installation of CRM, there is a business process flow (BPF) named Lead to Opportunity Sales Process. This BPF is enabled by default and used the internal name leadtoopportunitysalesprocess. You can disable this BPF, but keep in mind, that this BPF is important to set the Qualifying Opportunity. After qualifying a lead, this …
During the update to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Version 8.2.3.008, I got an error with the message “Action Microsoft.Crm.UpdateWrapper.MspInstallAction failed. Fatal error during installation”.
Today I was wondering, why crm is showing a green Icon with the text “TurboForm” on my account form. I digged in all my solutions, settings and browser extensions but wasn’t able to find the source of this green bar.
Everybody was already thinking of a feature, which is missing in CRM. But how can you tell Microsoft, to add this feature?
I had to transfer some forms of our test environment to our productive environment and therefore, I created a solution. In this solution all forms, fields and related items where added. I exported the solution and tried to import it to our productive system. But the import stopped and throw the error “The label ‘Tab’, …
Based on my previous post, CRM is sending appointments automatically to the attendees. But what if you don’t want CRM to send this appointments? The system itself has no option, to disable this behavior, but there is a workaround. This is not just configurable in CRM but also on Exchange.
Creating and tracking appointments to Dynamics CRM is one of the base functions to keep all information per account and contact at one place. Therefore all appointments with a customer should be created or tracked to CRM. But be careful with this approach. As soon as you create an appointment in CRM, this appointment will …