A while back I wrote about Microsoft Dynamics 365 Attachment management solution from Microsoft AppSource as a way to move email and note attachments to Azure to conserve space. I discovered an issue with the solution that will adversely affect your Dynamics 365 Portal installed on the same tenant. I needed to make some updates… Continue reading Dynamics 365 Attachment Management and Dynamics 365 Online Portals – Do not mix!
For some reason solution imports have not been my friend the last few months. Usually when a solution doesn’t import, 99% of the time it comes down to dependency issues or a corrupt solution file. For on-premise deployments, if the log file doesn’t provide good information, setting up server side traces or SQL profiler traces… Continue reading Dynamics 365 Solution Import Issue – Cannot add root component of type 60
UPDATE: Before proceeding, you might want to read my posting about an issue using this solution and the Dynamics 365 Portal here. In 1981 Bill Gates famously stated “640K should be enough for anybody”. While not publicly documented, I am pretty sure in 2008 he also said that 5GB should be enough for any Dynamics… Continue reading Winning the Storage Wars with Attachment Management for Dynamics 365
If you work a lot with Dynamics 365/CRM On-premise systems with multiple organizations (business lines or DEV/TEST), sooner or later you will likely to run into some known issues with users running reports because their user account does not have a security role in their “default” CRM organization. Essentially if a user was created first… Continue reading Setting the Default Org for Dynamics CRM
xRM – What is it? A week ago I went to my first Canadian MVP day at the Microsoft offices in Mississauga, Ontario. It was great to network with MVPs from other Microsoft products. Most were aware of Dynamics 365/CRM but I found a few who were not aware of the full platform capabilities. So… Continue reading What is “xRM”?