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Ultimate Workflow Toolkit v1.5.0.0

New release of Ultimate Workflow Toolkit is available. On one hand this release contains a lot of new cool features. On the other this release is not directly compatible with earlier versions. I will provide guide that will describe how to install this version if you have earlier versions installed already. Here is what I’ve …

Blog, Development, Howto

How to generate Excel Template from code

2 years ago as a part of Dynamics CRM 2016 release Microsoft introduced “Word/Excel Document Templates”. I saw examples how to generate Word template but have never seen the same example for Excel. Here is what I found after several hours spent with DB of CRM and ILSpy:

Huge limitation of this code – …

Development, Howto

How to use SendEmailFromTemplate action with JavaScript and WebApi

 

Development, Howto

How to Add records to Marketing List using WebApi

Following code can be used to add records to Marketing List using JavaScript and WebApi:

 

Blog, Development, Howto, Reports

Microsoft Dynamics 365 v9.0: How to fix connectivity issues between SSDT + Report Authoring Extension and Dynamics 365

At the moment (February 14, 2018) Microsoft hasn’t released version of Report Authoring Extension that supports both v9.0 and enforced TLS 1.2. This post will help people who develops reports for latest Dynamics 365 v9.0 using SQL Server Data Tools and FetchXml Authoring Extension.

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 v9.0: lookupObjects – closer look

After I posted my previous post about new namespaces and methods I got several questions about lookupObjects method from Xrm.Utility namespace. I decided to make additional research to check what was not documented but can be used.

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 v9.0: What’s new in clientside for devs besides Xrm.WebApi

After analysis of new namespaces and methods that were released as a part of new 9.0 version I come to conclusion that “Dynamics 365  CE” Product Team actively works on elimination of gap between methods that are available to Product Team and usual developers. And here is why:

Development, Howto

Microsoft Dynamics 365 v9.0: Usage of new OOB WebApi functions – Part 2

In previous post I described how to perform CRUD operations using OOB wrapper for WebApi operations released as a part of v9.0 release. In this I will describe 2 remaining methods – execute and executeMultiple. Methods are used to execute actions or functions.

Development, Howto

Microsoft Dynamics 365 v9.0: Usage of new OOB WebApi functions – Part 1

It was anounced earlier that wrapper for usage of WebApi will be available as a part of v9.0 release. Now v9.0 is released so it became possible to check what can it do and what we can do with it.