Have you ever been in a situation where you need an Excel based method of presenting to a client what out of the box Security Roles and permissions are available within Dynamics CRM? Luckily, this can be accomplished with a SQL query and some pivot table magic. Continue reading “SQL query provides CRM 2011 Security Role privilege options in Excel”
I had the opportunity to attend the eXtreme CRM conference this week in Las Vegas, NV. This is the second of a series of blog posts, I will recap my activities and observations from Day 2 of the conference, focusing on the keynote presentation focusing on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Roadmap. You can also take a look at my quasi-live tweeting of my conference experience at http://twitter.com/crmhobbit. Continue reading “eXtremeCRM Recap – Day 2 or What’s in the CRM Roadmap?”
by Shawn Tabor
The recent release of Visual Studio 2012 offers a number of great enhancements that will improve standard web development as well as CRM development.
Features of note for the CRM developer include:
Note: In order to install the current CRM Developer Toolkit with Visual Studio 2012, the MSI has to be edited to modify the registry key which points to Visual Studio 2010. A great step by step article was written on this very topic and can be found by clicking here. Continue reading “Visual Studio 2012 – Great new features for Web and CRM 2011 development”