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Tuesday, 27 September 2011 08:42

I got an alert from Scribe support; it seems there's a major issue with the latest CRM 2011 Rollup.

Microsoft released CRM 2011 Rollup 4 (RU4) late last week ( If you use many:many custom and intersect objects, you will receive the following error:

Required member 'LogicalName' missing for field 'Moniker1'

As a result, you will not be able to make data links to the applicable fields.

This is a Microsoft issue with their latest rollup.  
If you are working with CRM2011 on Premise and use many:many custom and intersect objects it is recommended not to apply this rollup to your deployment until the issue is resolved with Microsoft.

Tuesday, 28 June 2011 09:28

Here's a selection of current interesting news and articles: 

Mitch Milam has released a free tool to extract CRM 4.0 plugins registered in the database and upgraded its CRM Migration Assistant to version 1.1

Rhett Clinto has enhanced its Metadata Browser with an export to excel function.

The CRM Software blog has an interesting article on how to include a webresource in the MSCRM form header.

Customer Effective explains how to implement a wysiwyg text editor into a crm textarea.

PowerObjects has a nice trick to use non supported filetypes in ressources (ie: flash files in that case).

Friday, 10 June 2011 10:53

So what's new today ?

Brad Wilson (GM of Dynamics CRM) has written about the current SalesForce's worry about Microsoft.

The performance toolkit for CRM 2011 is now available (the codeplex date is May,26th but I only spotted it today thanks to a post from Imram)

Jamie Miley has a short article on entity creation via Silverlight, I will keep it in reference as I always have to remember the async call from Silverlight.


Monday, 06 June 2011 10:06

Microsoft has released a new whitepaper on CRM 2011 Reference Architecture; nothing new under the sun, but a nice summary of the different architectures viewpoints in a single document; it will be quite useful to give to fellow architects in the approach meetings.

The Customer Effective Blog put the spotlight on the Web Resource Utility part of the SDK, it's a nice reminder as I sometimes overlook all those usefuls extra-parts in the SDK.  

Matt Parks blogs on how to use the notification area in CRM 2011, an unsupported but very elegant solution to display messages in the interface.

James Diamond gives a nice trick on SSRS Charting alignments using invisible bars

As explained here, if you have an issue with displaying subgrids in Forms, check that the  "Enable native XMLHTTP Support" flag is enabled in the security zone of Internet Explorer.

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