This time I had task to write code that lookups address details (country, state and city) by entered postal code. I will share with my results in this post.
Tuesday, May 07, 2013
I haven’t updated my VM to latest updates for a long time and I decided to do that today. After Rollup was installed I saw message that Rollup was not applied to one or several organizations. I ignored that message and tried to log in to CRM. I have got following error:
Today I found results of subj voting and it was a good surprise for me that I was listed even with worth position (last year I was 74 comparing 98 this year). Congratulations to all participants of voting who was listed!
Posted by Andrii Butenko at 00:07
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Because of vacation at Philippines combined with work and weak Internet connection I totally forgot about subj online voting. I was surprised that someone nominated me to participate it (thank you unknown fellow). So if you think that me or other nominees have influence on Dynamics products don't hesitate to vote and leave your comments using following page - http://www.dynamicsworld.co.uk/the-top-100-most-influential-people-in-microsoft-dynamics-voting-for-2013/
Posted by Andrii Butenko at 08:59
Monday, April 01, 2013
I have completed this task for one of customers so I decided to share with results.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
During work I found following logs in event viewer:
Exception information: Exception type: CrmException Exception message: Could not find a web resource with name Images/refresh.png. at Microsoft.Crm.Application.Components.Handlers.WebResource.RetrieveWebResource(String webResourceName, String preview) at Microsoft.Crm.Application.Components.Handlers.WebResource.ProcessRequestInternal(HttpContext context) at System.Web.HttpApplication.CallHandlerExecutionStep.System.Web.HttpApplication.IExecutionStep.Execute() at System.Web.HttpApplication.ExecuteStep(IExecutionStep step, Boolean& completedSynchronously)
Wednesday, March 06, 2013
This book was written with my CRM MVP and forum fellow Mahender Pal.
I read this book in a single breath and I can assure that this book would be helpful for both beginners and veterans of Microsoft Dynamics CRM world.
Chapter 1 describes common information about CRM - what is it, different deployment options, clients that could be used to work with CRM, software and hardware requirements and out-of-box modules.
Chapter 2 describes basic customization that is available in CRM.
Chapter 3 describes automation points that could be used in CRM without involving of developer into the project - dialogs and workflows.
Chapter 4 gives understanding how CRM business logic could be extended using plugins - serverside triggers that react on different system events.
Chapter 5 gives understanding how developers can extend client side scenarios.
Chapter 6 provides information how external applications can interact with CRM using endpoints in different deployment models.
Chapter 7 provides the description of Mobile Client for CRM.
Chapter 8 shows different basic scenarios that you can face with during implementation of CRM.
I highly recommend to read this book from author who has deep knowledge of all the aspects of implementation of CRM.
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