😬 When I create new cool features, and release from my hip – then you get some bugs. #sorryContinue reading “A Bumpy Release to Awesome New Features”
I like smart tools.
I like smart code.
I don’t like smart tools and cool code – if I have to write it again.
One of the best XrmToolBox tools is the Metadata Browser – at least for me 😊Continue reading “Dataverse Metadata in FetchXML Builder”
In many customer projects and products, I have built solutions for managing translations in Microsoft Dynamics 365 / CDS / CRM.
Continue reading “Custom Translations – the Easy Way”
Sure, the metadata can be translated to show labels etc in the language of the user, but having a custom solution for translations ensures localized content for texts that are shown to the user from code or automation.
With the July 2020 release of FetchXML Builder for XrmToolBox the new Column Comparison feature of the FetchXML language is supported. Read more about all new features and fixes below.Continue reading “FetchXML Builder July 2020 Release”
Any tool worth its salt deserves a dedicated website. Six years after initial release, FetchXML Builder for XrmToolBox finally has its own home on the Internet.Continue reading “New website launched: fetchxmlbuilder.com”
Querying date intervals in Microsoft Common Data Service, Power Apps and Dynamics 365 is not always possible using Advanced Find nor is it as easy as working with plain SQL.
TL;DR – with FetchXML this is quite possible!Continue reading “Querying date intervals in the Common Data Service”
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement and Common Data Service offer us the querying language FetchXML to retrieve data. Since this is the language used for views saved in the system, we can use FetchXML Builder for XrmToolBox to alter the features of views beyond what is possible using platform features, without making them unsupported.Continue reading “Create view: Active Contacts in My State”
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