Create a view in Microsoft Dynamics 365 that shows contacts in the same state as current user.
Ever since I started using the Plugin Trace Log for investigation of my plugins around three years ago, I have wondered why we don't have timestamps with better granularity than seconds.As I expressed it in an article from 2017: Given the CPU power we have today, it is just incomprehensible why we should not get … Continue reading The Milliseconds Are Here!
As the creator of the Auto Number Manager tool in XrmToolBox, I get two questions more than any other questions: How can I number existing records?How can I add dynamic content to the numbers? In a previous article I gave my solution to the first question. I will now dive into the second one and show a … Continue reading Dynamic content in Auto Numbers for Microsoft Dynamics 365 / CRM
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, … Continue reading We create XrmToolBox tools at Dynamics 365 Saturdays!
As the creator of the Auto Number Manager tool in XrmToolBox, one of the most common questions I get is: - Is it possible to number existing records? This article describes how.
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 Let's build … Continue reading We created an XrmToolBox tool at Dynamics 365 Saturday Stockholm!
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 … Continue reading FetchXML Builder and Friends at D365UG Virtual Summer Camp
Use XrmToolBox tool Related Records Analyzer to investigate relationships and related data in Microsoft Dynamics 365 / CRM.
The tool will answer questions like:
- If I delete A, what orphaned children will be left?
- If I reassign B, what other records will follow?
- Why can't I delete C?
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. Of course, the primary reason for creating an automated pipeline for Continuous Integration / Continuous … Continue reading Use Azure DevOps to publish XrmToolBox plugins
a.k.a - Once I did a session twice Just like last year in Lisbon, I did a developer focused session during eXtreme365 in Dubrovnik. Last year I had full focus on how to develop plugins for analysis, primarily using the Plug-in Trace Log in the code and how to best analyze the results of it.This … Continue reading Five ways to improve Quality and Productivity of Dynamics 365 development