Yesterday well-known MVP Tanguy Touzard, author of amazing tools for Dynamics CRM 4.0/2011 asked about CallerOrigin property in plugins for Dynamics CRM 2011. This property worked for CRM 4.0 and returned the source of plugin invocation (Application, AsyncService or WebService). I and Gayan suggested to use HttpContext class from System.Web namespace to check source. Today …
Yesterday we have deployed solution on productive system and imported data – about 40 millions of records in different entities. During testing “Generic Sql Exception” messages begun appear for some types of records.
I had scenario when my plugin based on some condition had to send an email. I developed plugin, deployed it to server and during the testing I have got quite strange error:
Idea of this blog post is how to embed report to left navigation pane of Crm editing form. I have found this brilliant post which describes how to embed report into IFrame located on Crm editing form and I took this post as basis for current post.
Unfortunately at the moment it is impossible to import Marketing Lists Members to CRM with out-of-box import. My friend, former MVP and employee of Microsoft Artem Grunin provided good approach how to eliminate this problem with small customizations and plugin.
Today I have got this issue during creation of account. I have googled and found the same issue at CRM Development forum.
Several times I have read that other developers were not able to handle event of adding users to teams with their plugins. I didn’t have any time for experiments till time I have got task to develop similar plugin.
About 1.5 ago I wrote post which describes how to work with additional parameters during save of form. I decided to go through all available standard forms and create extended list of available parameters.
When you create user in CRM all the available information is populated from AD into CRM user form. But in case information was changed in AD (email box, phone e.t.c.) – information will remain unchanged till the moment you will open form of user and change it. In case a lot of information was changed …
I read this article and decided to make something similar for CRM 2011. You can see results in this post.