Over the next few weeks I will be breaking out my CRMUG session on Portals into a set of blog articles. I hope these postings will help anyone who has been tasked with setting up and configuring a Portal some good information to get started. Today’s blog is a bit more “theoretical” but I think… Continue reading CRM Online Portal Components
I sometimes get emails or phone calls from clients mentioning that they are finding Dynamics CRM seems slow. Despite the raw computing power of the Azure backend, physical limitations still play a role in technology. It may be the overall distance of hundreds or even thousands of miles that data needs to be transmitted. It… Continue reading Just how fast (or slow?) is your Dynamics CRM?
Sometimes while debugging or diagnosing issues, you need to get some more info about your Dynamics CRM system. A little known feature (that I discovered today) is the Microsoft CRM Debug page. This will list things like the CRM server, CRM database name, versions, organization guids, etc. The page is accessed simply by navigating to… Continue reading CRM Debug Info from your Browser
Just a quick note to anyone who was in my session and can’t find the powerpoint deck, it is located here: http://www.crmugsummit.com/viewdocument/getting-started-using-dynamics-crm?CommunityKey=be70044c-38dc-44fc-970c-e29f66a41b0f&tab=librarydocuments Note that you will need to have a CRMUG Summit site login. If you have having trouble with the link, please let me know. There are a lot of hidden slides with my… Continue reading CRMUG Session PowerPoint
Approaching the halfway mark of my first CRMUG Summit. I have been to a dozen of Microsoft and other related conferences, and this one is turning out to be one of the best. Part of the excitement was the official announcement of Dynamics 365. I think it might take me a while to start referring… Continue reading 365UG Summit
This week I will be travelling to Tampa, Florida to participate in the annual CRMUG Summit. This will be my first time attending this event and I am really looking forward to it. If you are involved with using, developing or administering Dynamics CRM, and you are not doing anything else this week and happen to be… Continue reading CRMUG Summit
In a previous post, I walked through how to setup the “self hosted” version of Adxstudio Portals (v7). This would be your only option currently for an on-premise version of Dynamics CRM. If you use Dynamics CRM Online, you have the choice of a “self hosted” version (Adxstudio Portals) or to subscribe to CRM Online… Continue reading Setting Up CRM Online Portals (v8)
If you are using Dynamics CRM Online and want to deploy a (Microsoft) portal solution, you have 2 options, one is to subscribe to the CRM Online Portals add-on (v8) or you can implement and manage the hosting of Adxstudio Portals by Microsoft (v7). If you currently use Microsoft Dynamics CRM onpremise you currently only have the… Continue reading Setting Up Adxstudio Portals (v7)