When deploying a Dynamics 365 Portal, there are many use cases where you only want to show data related to the authenticated portal user. Items such as registrations, invoices and other private data should only be accessible by the appropriate user. One method of showing data on the Portal is by using Entity Lists. One… Continue reading Filter a Dynamics 365 Portal Entity List
Just a heads up that I will be presenting a webinar for the XRM Virtual User Group on March 28, 2017 called “Portal Developer Primer”. This session is focused for the Dynamics 365/CRM developer who needs to start getting ramped up on Portal development. It is an evolution from my session at ExtremeCRM in Newport… Continue reading Liquid Part 3 – Displaying a List of Dynamics 365 Records
Dynamics 365 Portals have a lot of configuration features to allow you to deliver powerful portals. However, you currently don’t have access to the backend to develop your own APS.NET page templates like you could with Adxstudio Portals. A more modern (and some would say a better way) is to create custom portal web templates… Continue reading Liquid Markup in Dynamics 365 Portals – Part 1: “Hello World”
Updated June 27, 2017 In the past year there has been a lot of movement and activity in Dynamics 365 (CRM) community in regards to portal options so it sometimes can be confusing when starting a new project. I am hoping this posting provides a bit of insight of the Dynamics 365 portal options and… Continue reading What are the Portal Options for Dynamics 365?
Both the Dynamics 365 Online Portal and Adxstudio Portal have the ability to allow visitors to register to give them access to authenticated areas of your site. Despite what authentication method you use (Forms based, Windows Live ID, Active Directory, Google, etc) the portal will create a corresponding CRM contact record for each visitor that… Continue reading How to Give 6 million Contacts Access to your Portal
One of the great things about the new Dynamics 365 Online Portals is that you can quickly deploy a portal within the Office 365 Administrative interface. If you are using the the legacy Adxstudio Portals, you will manually need to deploy the portal to IIS or to Azure in order for it to be accessible… Continue reading Deploying an Adxstudio Portal to Azure… without Visual Studio
Despite the fact that Microsoft will now only be selling Adxstudio Portals v7.0 on an exception basis (see here), there are still hundreds of portal implementations that still being deployed and supported. A common method of portal deployment is to deploy the master portal directly to Azure. As anyone who has deployed an Adxstudio Portal… Continue reading Resetting Adxstudio Portal Passwords on Azure