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Inform Microsoft about country/region regulation changes and track the status of regulatory features

You can now Inform Microsoft about country/region regulation alerts and track the status of regulatory features by using Lifecycle Services (LCS). The following article describes how to use LCS to submit alerts through the Localization and translation service. This article also explains how to track planned and released regulatory features through LCS Issue search. (Read...

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“Unable to find the digital certificate” error when posting an invoice using the Mexican localization

In this post I would like to mention a known issue related to the Mexican electronic invoice (CFDI) in Dynamics AX 2012. If you have followed all the configuration steps detailed here, have valid certificates, and still see the error message “unable to find the digital certificate” when posting an invoice, you should make sure...

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Writing a Multi-Currency Aware Roll-up Plug-in

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 localizes in 42 languages. On any base language org, one can install language specific MUI packs and have the UI reflect in the language of the user’s choice. When considering global organizations that use MUI packs, the currency issue also becomes central. CRM has multi-currency handling built into the system. By...

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011: Many Base Languages, One Deployment

If you were happy to see the multi-language experience introduced by CRM 4.0, with as many as 41 language packs available, you are going to LOVE this feature. This not-so-obvious feature, now available as part of the beta release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, is the ability to host organizations of different base languages under...

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Resource Center Redux

The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Resource Center for 4.0 and Online has become a very popular place to find information. The following tables highlight the top videos for CRM Online and CRM On Premises last month. CRM Online: Top 5 Videos in June Accept an invitation to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Account basics Take a tour...

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Language Packs

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Language Packs contain translated text, such as labels, error messages, and Help. By installing a Language Pack on the server that is running Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 and then enabling the language in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Web application, you and other users in your organization can view Microsoft Dynamics...

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Help update 4.2 released in all supported languages

We’re very pleased to announce the availability of Help update 4.2 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 (on-premise) for server, client, and Language Pack installations. Like our previous updates, this update incorporates suggestions from customers and partners submitted through our feedback system, as well as bug fixes and clarifications. However, we’re especially excited that Help update...

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Customizing for Multiple Languages

With the introduction of Multi-language User Interface or MUI packs in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0, customizers now have the added benefit of being able to select what display language should be used. A given organization may have English, Japanese, and French installed, and each user expects all pages, customized or not, to be displayed in...

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