While going through various videos on Microsoft Dynamics CRM, found these 2 nice videos on Package Deployer Tool and Configuration Tool. Do check it out Package Deployer Configuration Migration Tool Hope it helps..
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Nice Videos on understanding “Package Deployer Tool” and “Configuration Migration Tool” in CRM. — Nishant Rana’s Weblog
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In our earlier article we discussed how to create SLA and SLA items for account entity. Now in this article we will see how to use SLA for customer document verification. To work with SLA, we need to use timer control which provides us different option to evaluate SLA. We can configure different criteria which…
After release of Dynamics CRM 2016 update 1, we can now enable SLA for other custom and system entities as well. We can enable SLA using Enable for SLA option under entity definition like below for custom and specific system entities: Following are the list of additional system entities apart from case where we can…
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How many times have you heard “This grid is great, but I hate double clicking and going into the record to edit it, then going back to my record.” I certainly have heard it many times from many clients. In fact I feel the same way sometimes. It gets really annoying that you have to go into each record and change one attribute. Why can’t MSFT build this into the system? It’s not hard…well maybe it is.
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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Update 1 released some new features that will be very help for developers. In this post we will discuss new improvement in Update method. In earlier version we had different request for the special operations for example AssignRequest for changing owner once record is created, SetStateRequest to change the status of entity record. But now with the release of CRM2015 Update 1 we don’t need to use request (they are deprecated). We can simply apply these operation in the update request only.
For example below is the request to update account record and assign to another user and change status to inactive:
//Create account object
Entity account=new Entity(“account”);
//set account id
//Assign this record to dev user
account[“ownerid”]=new EntityReference(“systemuser”, new Guid(“af80d7b3-e5e1-4b52-a141-a594f24ee015”);
//set account status to inactive
//call update method
Requirement: Delete Microsoft Dynamics CRM Organization
Solution: We can follow below steps to delete Dynamics CRM Organization from DB.
- Connect to CRM DB server and right click on CRM organization DB (for example DEMO_MSCRM)
- Select Delete and make sure to select Close existing connections
This will delete organization DB , but we also need to remove Organization references from MSCRM_CONFIG DB, so follow below steps.
- Fire below select statement against MSCRM_CONFIG DB
select * from [dbo].Organization
- Note down ID of your organization, we need it for below queries.
- Execute following commends against MSCRM_CONFIG DB, you can change parameter and run all of them in one go
delete from [dbo].[OrganizationFeatureMap] where OrganizationId=’ORG_GUID’
delete from [dbo].SystemUserOrganizations where OrganizationId=’ORG_GUID’
delete from [dbo].[OrganizationProperties] where Id=’ORG_GUID’
delete from dbo.Organization where DatabaseName=’ORGNAME_MSCRM’
Note: This is an unsupported method of removing Organization DB and should be used only when not able to delete organization from Deployment Manager for specific reasons.
Hope it will help someone !!