Feature deprecations can often cause some degree of disruption, especially if they involve custom code. Microsoft has recently deprecated the Xrm.Page object for JScript form functions in Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement. Find out more about this change and what you will need to do to fix this as part of this week's blog post.
Azure Data Factory V2 not just has 1, but three separate connectors that all claim to hook up to Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement/Dynamics CRM! So which connector is the "right" one to use and what differences do they have? With a little help from Alan Partridge, we can clear up any confusion...
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 [...]
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 [...]
I've gone on record previously saying how highly I rate the Dynamics CRM/Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (CRM/D365CE) community. Out of all the groups I have been a part of in the past, you couldn't ask for a more diverse, highly passionate and - most importantly of all - helpful community. There are a lot of [...]
UPDATE 02/09/2018: It turns out that there is a far better way of fixing this problem. Please click here to find out more. I thought I was losing my mind the other day. This feeling can be a general occurrence in the world of IT, when something completely random and unexplainable happens - emphasised even [...]
With two major Microsoft events recently taking place back to back over the last fortnight - Microsoft Inspire & the Business Applications Summit - there is, understandably, a plethora of major new announcements that concern those of us who are working in the Business Applications space today. The critical announcement from my perspective is the [...]
The Voice of the Customer (VoC) add-on solution for Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (D365CE) presents a really nice way of incorporating survey capabilities within your existing Dynamics application estate, without any additional cost or significant administrative overhead. I've talked about the tool previously, within the context of specific application errors, and I can attest to [...]
The Voice of the Customer (VoC) solution, available as part of Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (D365CE), works most effectively when you are tightly integrating your survey's around other features or datasets stored within the application. That's not to say that it must only ever be utilised in tandem as opposed to isolation. If you have [...]
After going through a few separate development cycles involving Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (D365CE), you begin to get a good grasp of the type of tasks that need to be followed through each time. Most of these are what you may expect - such as importing an unmanaged/managed solution into a production environment - but [...]