Author Archives: Bill Owens

Find all workflows where a field is used (Onprem only)

I have a customer with a TON of workflows and custom fields. I needed to figure out everywhere that a field was used in the workflows. After doing some Poking around in the database I created a simple SQL statement … Continue reading

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AsyncOperationBase Table: Here we go again

It never fails, all is going good and then one of our QA environments (on premise) is having Workflow issues. I needed to look into what was happening on the SQL Server to understand what needed to happen. However, the … Continue reading

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ISV Utilities for Comparing Customizations and Transferring Configuration Data

Inna Agranov Microsoft Corporation February 2009 Summary Learn how to build and use two new powerful tools developed for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. The Customization Comparison Utility lets you compare the customization files between two Microsoft Dynamics CRM systems and the … Continue reading

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Buy vs Build

Jonas Deibe – Dynamics CRM, C#, JS wrote this Buy versus build judge yourself! I would think xRM as a way of accelerate application development.   Costs Benefits Buy (xRM) Locked to vendor Locked to vender schedules Customizations to fill … Continue reading

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Buy vs Build

Jonas Deibe – Dynamics CRM, C#, JS wrote this Buy versus build judge yourself! I would think xRM as a way of accelerate application development.   Costs Benefits Buy (xRM) Locked to vendor Locked to vender schedules Customizations to fill … Continue reading

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The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Developer Toolkit

For CRM developers, aligning the engineering delivery and process quality of their CRM projects can substantially increase overall productivity. In addition, by documenting, communicating, and following a consistent process for implementing CRM in Enterprise scenarios, developers can scale projects more … Continue reading

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It’s baaa-aaack! For a Limited Time – The Big Easy 3.0!!

Great news for Microsoft CRM partners and customers; from November 1st, 2009 through January 2nd, 2010 you can take advantage of one of our most popular promotions ever.  Applicable to Open, Open Value and Open Value Subscription license types, both … Continue reading

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Adapter for Microsoft Dynamics GP Released!!

East Region Microsoft CRM After months of hard work, a very successful Partner TAP (Technology Adoption Program) as well as a Customer BETA program, this adapter has released and is generally available for US installs of Dynamics GP 10.0 and … Continue reading

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New Update to the Dynamics CRM Statement of Direction now available!!

Hot off the presses we now have access to the freshest information on Dynamics CRM, Mobile Express, CRM Accelerators, the CRM Adapter for GP, xRM and the highly anticipated release of CRM “V.next.” What an edge-of-your-seat thrill ride!  Sure to … Continue reading

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CRM, Performance Point and MOSS (CRM+PPS+MOSS)

Jonas Deibe – Dynamics CRM, C#, JS Extending CRM with BI capacity has been on the radar for a while and with the new BI accelerators this will be an easy customization. The same applies to CRM and MOSS integrations. … Continue reading

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