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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…

Did you know you can easily start workflows on child records of your current entity without any custom development in Dynamics CRM? A typical scenario in which you would want this…

We recently noticed custom code on Dynamics 365 (CRM 8.2) environments threw a “System.AggregateException: One or more errors occurred.” instead of the usual IPluginException we want to display to the…

On a recent customer upgrade from CRM 2011 to CRM 2016 Dynamics 365 we reviewed the current way of working and how this would be affected by the upgrade which spans…

With the release of Dynamics CRM 2013, Microsoft introduced Opportunity Sales Teams. The main feature of these Sales Teams is that they are based on Access Teams. This means that…

Today I’m going to discuss one of my favourite Interview Questions on Microsoft Dynamics CRM. While the questions is fairly simple, very few consultants are actually able to give the…

I recently got a question from my colleague asking why he wasn’t able to import a managed solution into a new environment. The import failed with message “Failed to calculate…

Have you ever encountered having to update a field in a workflow only to realize that the field is read-only on the form and therefore also read-only in your workflow…