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When developing custom web template in Dynamics portals, I quiet often use FetchXML queries. Sometimes, I include variables and loops to create my FetchXML but this doesn’t always go as…

Displaying multiple columns in table on a portal can be very useful to see all the relevant information of a record immediately. This is very user-friendly on larger screens but…

When dealing with more complex queries in dynamics portals you quickly loose overview and access to fields deep down in your linked entities. Let me demonstrate this with an example.…

custom dialog box

Why would we want to do that? Many of our customers are using an ERP system in combination with CRM. For example, Navision in combination with Dynamics 365 CRM. In…

Duplicate Keys

The other day I was in need of cloning Activities from a Lead to an existing Contact. As it seems, this is not standard behavior of CRM when qualifying to…

Dynamics 365 Portal Calendar

When customizing your Dynamics Portal you might want to change the format of datetime and date only fields. Unfortunately, formatting DateTime fields in Dynamics Portals is trickier than it sounds. To…

Dynamics 365 Portals Time Zone Issues

When creating custom web templates, that include time zone dependent date time fields coming from CRM, you might encounter some issues regarding time zones. In this example we will recreate…

Since Microsoft does not provide an example on how to use fetchXml queries with the Xrm.WebApi calls in JavaScript, we at Thrives feel the moral need to provide you at…

Dynamics 365 Licensing enforcements

The last couple of months, Microsoft has invested heavily in simplifying their Dynamics 365 Licensing model. Today I want to take the time to discuss an upcoming change regarding the…

Dynamics 365 Adding Opportunity Products through the Enhanced Product Experience

As most of you already know, there are a ton of new features in the upcoming Dynamics 365: 2020 Release Wave 1. In this post, we’ll go in depth on…