My first article published on MSDynamicsWorld.com gives a detailed instruction on how to use FetchXML Builder to create advanced views in Microsoft Dynamics CRM – so advanced they are not possible to create using the CRM UI.
With the next release of FetchXML Builder for XrmToolBox it is possible for other tools to benefit from the UI FetchXML Builder offers to compose queries to be used for any purpose.
The MessageBus functionality introduced in pull request #101 of XrmToolBox makes it possible to communicate between plugins within the tool. Continue reading “Integrating FetchXML Builder with other plugins”
FetchXML Builder for XrmToolBox is getting more and more attention and is now downloaded and used in most parts of the world. Current numbers indicate a total download count of about 1600, and top count for a single version is close to 400. So I figured it was probably time to write an introduction to the tool, though I have actually received very few questions about how to use it (is it really that intuitive and self-explanatory??) There is now a page on this blog dedicated to FetchXML Builder with brief information on how to use the tool and what features it offers. It begins like this: Continue reading “Introduction to FetchXML Builder”