Microsoft Dynamics 365 Blog

Microsoft Knowledge Base Articles Authoring and Lifecycle on SharePoint 

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While Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 itself supports Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) articles, there are much richer systems that support an end to end Content Management Life Cycle that includes Create/Edit/Review/Approval/Publish roles and responsibilities. In this post, we will illustrate how you could use such a system for KB content management while still making articles available Read more

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How To: Configure Tracing for Microsoft Dynamics CRM List Component for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 

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The Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 List Component for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 allows SharePoint site collection administrators to configure tracing (enable/disable tracing, configure trace levels and view traces) using a graphical user interface. In this blog I will walk you through the steps to accomplish above and will also share some facts about Microsoft Dynamics Read more

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Release Candidate (RC) Announcement 

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Upgrades:  On-premises Beta databases can be upgraded to this new RC release which can then be upgraded to the upcoming RTM release.  CRM Online Beta customers will continue to have access to their CRM Online Beta instance until the CRM Online RTW launch in January, at which time they can choose to opt-in to upgrade Read more

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An Interactive Funnel on a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Dashboard 

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Guest blogger and CRM MVP Matt Wittemann is the COO at North Carolina (USA) based C5 Insight, a Microsoft Dynamics CRM and SharePoint consulting practice. A five-time MVP award recipient, he has been working with CRM since shortly after its initial release, and has architected and deployed numerous CRM implementations, including one that received a Read more

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While we wait… 

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No, thankfully, not the holiday season…not quite yet. Although I can already sense the thinly repressed urge to dust off the fake snow and tune up the sleigh bells in my neighborhood. But since Steve Ballmer… Read more

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Developing SharePoint Applications 

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Microsoft patterns & practices is excited to announce the release of: Developing SharePoint Applications Guidance for building collaborative applications that extend your LOB systems Customer Value SharePoint provides a comprehensive platform for application development combined with extensible customer ready applications. However, using the full breadth of these capabilities takes experience and know how. patterns & Read more

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List Web Part for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Deployment Scenarios 

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List Web Part for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 supports Internet Facing Deployment (IFD) and On Premise configuration for Dynamics CRM and SharePoint. This article briefly describes the steps necessary for configuring List Web Part determined by the deployment scenarios of Dynamics CRM and SharePoint Server. NOTE: Dynamics CRM 4.0 Server allows IFD + On Premise Read more

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Trust for Delegation in List Web Part for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 

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This article pertains to Trust for Delegation issues encountered in on-premise installations of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 (MS CRM) when CRM server and SharePoint Server exist on different physical machines. If you have List Web Part (LWP) deployed for IFD version of MS CRM, or both Microsoft Dynamics CRM and SharePoint Server are on same Read more

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Announcing List Web Part for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 

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I am happy to announce that the Microsoft Dynamics CRM team has released the List Web Part for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0. List Web Part can be installed on Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 SP1+ and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 SP1+ . The List Web Part is free for download and use. The List Web Read more

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Business Data Catalogue (BDC) and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 

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Business Data Catalogue (BDC) is one of the very exciting features of SharePoint. It got introduced in SharePoint 2007. This gives a declarative way to connect SharePoint to business applications such as standard ERPs, CRM, home grown apps etc. It supports direct DB access as well as access through Web services. You can find good Read more

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Integrate SharePoint with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 

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David Abraham from Chorus IT brought to our attention a very informative article on their website about how to integrate Microsoft CRM with SharePoint. They have also provided download links to a visual studio project file giving the source code away for free! You can view the post here: http://www.chorusit.com/sharepointintegration.aspx Please note that this solution Read more

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