Documentation is finally available for Bulk Data Updater for XrmToolBox!
👉 Read all about it here: Bulk Data Updater for Microsoft Dataverse
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”
A common request for Auto Numbers in Microsoft Dynamics 365 (CDS/CRM) is to have one number field with different formats and unique sequences based on data on the record or it’s parents.
Continue reading “Conditional Unique Auto Number Sequences in Microsoft Dynamics 365 / CRM”
I call this “Conditional Unique Auto Number Sequences”.
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”
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:
Continue reading “The Milliseconds Are Here!”
Given the CPU power we have today, it is just incomprehensible why we should not get more detail in the timing of plugin execution.From A Canary in CRM
It is like defining my age by saying I was born sometime during the second half of the 20th century.
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 simple way of adding dynamic information from the numbered entity and related entities into the numbered attribute.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, 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).