Category Archives: CRM 2011

Shared Picklists in CRM 2011

Often when working on CRM Projects we will want to present the user with a drop-down list of options for a field that we would then want to see repeated at different points within the user’s business process – for … Continue reading

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Plugins in CRM 2011

When looking at Plugins in CRM 2011, it is important to break this post down into two separate sections – with a link to a follow-up third section linking to a separate post on this blog detailing how to incorporate … Continue reading

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Form Scripting in CRM 2011

The ability to insert Javascript into Client-side Events was one of the most common ways of extending MSCRM’s functionality, allowing bespoke logic to be implemented with a small amount of development effort. This largely acted as mid-way development between Functional … Continue reading

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CRM 2011

CRM 2011 is a big step forward for Dynamics CRM, I have heard some of my colleagues describe the release as a ‘game-changer’ and having taken a more detailed look into CRM 2011 it is hard to disagree. Whilst the … Continue reading

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Dashboards in CRM 2011

Dynamics CRM 3 and 4 could often feel like a Database-driven system given that Users were restricted to looking at data within a single entity at a time – a user would be looking at the list of their Opportunities … Continue reading

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MSCRM Advanced Developer Extensions – LINQ

The new MSCRM SDK (4.0.12) contains a range of changes to how MSCRM Development will be undertaken, including the addition of a Code Compiler that at early glance looks to take the place of the previous paradigm of adding a … Continue reading

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