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LCS February 2019 (release 1 ) release notes 

The Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS) team is happy to announce the immediate availability of the release notes for LCS (February 2019, release 1). Maintenance mode for environments deployed using self-service deployment With this release of LCS, we’re adding the ability for customers to put their environment in maintenance mode for the environments that are...

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LCS January 2019 (release 2) release notes 

The Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS) team is happy to announce the immediate availability of the release notes for LCS (January 2019, release 2). Environment monitoring changes Currently, because telemetry data is required to generate the Activity monitoring page, that data is queried when the page is loaded. (The query goes back 15 minutes from...

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LCS (January 2019 – release 1) release notes 

The Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS) team is happy to announce the immediate availability of the release notes for LCS (January 2019, release 1). Delete implementation projects With this release of LCS, we allow users with the organization admin role to delete an implementation project owned by their organization. The organization administrator can delete a project...

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LCS (December 2018 – release 1) release notes 

Self-service upgrade becomes generally available After you complete the code upgrade and are able to perform an end-to-end data upgrade in your development environment without manipulating data in Microsoft SQL Server, you can begin the upgrade process in your sandbox environment. Self-service upgrade allows the provisioning of a free sandbox on your target version. You...

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Manual Environment Upgrade At Maximum Capacity 

As the end of year approaches, the Microsoft Dynamics Service Engineering team is reducing available manual-upgrade slots for customer Sandbox and Production environments.  This is to help stabilize environments and the overall service during the holiday season. If upgrading before end of year is an urgent matter for your business, please signup for the Self-service...

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LCS (November 2018 – release 2) release notes 

The Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS) team is happy to announce the availability of the LCS November 2018, release 2. Start/Stop buttons will not be available during an ongoing servicing operation Starting with this release the Start and Stop button visible on the environment details page for non-Production environments will not be available during an...

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Issues when syncing to BPM using a custom Azure DevOps (VSTS) process template 

When setting up your Azure DevOps (VSTS) project in Lifecycle Services (LCS), if you use an inherited process template with custom fields, you may receive the following warning message: “The selected VSTS project is based on a custom process template. Custom process templates are not supported and may cause errors when synchronizing Business Process Modeler...

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Announcing the 8.0 to 8.1 binary update package is generally available 

We are excited to announce that the Application & Platform binary update package is generally available in LCS! The package has been validated by a series of customers and partners who participate in our early access program. After evaluating the feedback, we have now made the experience generally available. To update your 8.0 environments to...

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LCS (October – release 2) release notes 

The Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS) team is happy to announce the immediate availability of the release notes for LCS (October 2018, release 2).   Updates to the Performance troubleshooting tool in Lifecycle Services We have made some improvements to the performance troubleshooting tools available under SQL Insights in the Environment Monitoring dashboard in LCS:...

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