Microsoft Dynamics 365 Blog

ISVs: Recertify your Dynamics 365 Applications apps by October 15 

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ISVs have until October 15th to recertify Dynamics 365 applications in the AppSource marketplace. One of our most important goals for the Business Applications ISV ecosystem is ensuring that every application in the AppSource marketplace is of high quality. Apps in the marketplace are software as a service (SaaS) based offerings. This is important for everyone involved – customers…Read more

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Business Applications ISV news at Build 2019 

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Microsoft Build 2019 is here, and thousands of developers are learning about the latest technologies, sharing best practices with colleagues, and writing lots of code. Last week I wrote about business applications sessions to see at Build, and on Monday I discussed updates for helping ISVs (independent software vendors) and developers be successful from both…Read more

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How can partners add permission sets? 

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Microsoft partners who build solutions based on Business Central need a way to expose access to their custom objects through so-called System permission sets. These permission sets are read-only, but users can copy them to create User-Defined permission sets with different permissions. All permission sets released by Microsoft are also of type System. Note that…Read more

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New Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Whitepaper for ISVs and Developers 

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CRM MVP Julie Yack announces the release of her current whitepaper for tech nerds. Julie blogs regularly at The never boring life of me. Looking for details on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and how it applies to you as an Independent Software Vendor (ISV), a technical decision-maker and/or a developer?  Are you a curious nerd…Read more

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Social CRM with Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Windows Azure 

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Seven years ago we launched Microsoft CRM 1.2 to a small but enthusiastic audience.  CRM 1.2 was a market breakthrough for us but it was only after a healthy independent software vendor community came to fill critical feature gaps. One of the first people to recognize those needs in CRM 1.2 was John Gravely. He…Read more

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