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Up until now, CRM Portals acted mostly as a self-service customer service for existing clients. It’s traditionally a place where they can follow up on existing orders, tickets, projects and…

If you’ve ever written more complex plugins that retrieve data of linked entities, chances are you’ve come across the AliasedValue object… and had a hard time with it. We’re here…

Microsoft recently introduced Microsoft Forms, which is now in preview. Forms is an easy way to interact with people and capture their feedback. Responses are saved directly as a form…

The dynamics 365 system settings as grown over the last couple of years, by now it contains a lot of settings that can also be useful when customizing or extending…

A lot of developers that are introduced to JavaScript development in Dynamics 365 have the same first, quite negative reaction: They find it a slow process (upload, publish, Ctrl +…

Over the last couple of days, three different people asked me a similar question related to forms stuck while loading. Even though they formulated it differently (or even forgot to mention the…

Today a client requested me to provide an endpoint they could  trigger to create Trial Keys in their CRM from an external website. They pass in a product identifier (Product…

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It’s finally there; drag & drop functionalities within Dynamics CRM. For as long as I can remember, clients always wanted to simplify the process of uploading files in CRM. Granted, up…

If the purpose of your plugin is to validate (what’s in a name) data in your record or normalizing it before save, chances are you want to use the Pre-Validation…

A requirement that has been around since Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 is the capability of using functionality from external assemblies in plugins. A very common example of this is using Newtonsoft.Json dll…