Read all about the UML Diagram Generator tool that generates PlantUML files from your Microsoft Dynamics 365 / Common Data Service metadata:Continue reading “NEW Release: UML Diagram Generator”
The community of developers for Microsoft Dynamics 365 / CRM in general and for XrmToolBox in particular is a great bunch of people. But I wish there were more of us – the more the merrier ?
The D365 Saturday phenomenon with pro bono speakers at a full day event, free of charge for participants, has spread like wildfire over the last couple of years.
The connection to the XrmToolBox is obvious:
- Both were started by CRM heroes (Raz for the Saturdays and Tanguy for the toolbox).
- Both are driven by a passion to share and a love for the platform.
- Both do these things without any ambition to “get rich quick” (or ever).
I got an idea to combine these two phenomena.Continue reading “We create XrmToolBox tools at Dynamics 365 Saturdays!”
Last Saturday some 100+ experts, partners and user of Microsoft Dynamics 365 met up at the Microsoft offices in Stockholm, Sweden for a day packed with content at the Dynamics 365 Saturday event.
I delivered two sessions at the event, and in one of them I took on a somewhat challenging session called
Continue reading “We created an XrmToolBox tool at Dynamics 365 Saturday Stockholm!”
Let’s build an XrmToolBox tool!
On August 7-9, the first ever Virtual Summer Camp for the Dynamics 365 platform will take place.
During this free event the D365UG offer some 30+ sessions with focus on Customer Service and Field/Project Service.
I will be doing one of a few cross vertical sessions, where I discuss and demonstrate some useful XrmToolBox tools that help customizers, administrators and users with information analysis and enhancing the capabilities of the system.
Below is a description of my session – enjoy and make sure you sign up! Click the link: D365UG Virtual Summer Camp
Relationships in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (CRM) and PowerApps Model Driven Apps can be decorated with a number of characteristics that define their behavior. These characteristics instruct the platform how to behave in regard to child data when different actions are taken on the parent record of the relationship.Continue reading “Relationship data analysis with XrmToolBox”
Recently a fellow D365 developer, Lars Müller, wrote an article on how to Build a versioned XrmToolBox plugin.
I am taking this one step further, to show you how to create a complete CI/CD pipeline for your XrmToolBox tools.