Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 SDK New Features - Custom Actions
Microsoft Dynamics CRM provides a number of tools to analyze and report on sales-related information, including the following:
Lists, Views and Charts: Use for specific analysis of information.
Sales Reports: Access a number of readily available reports to help evaluate the efforts of the sales force, including sales history, sales productivity and sales forecasting.
Custom Reports: Create custom reports with the Report Wizard.
Advanced Find: Advanced Find allows users to perform complicated and comprehensive searches for all types of information, including searching for information from different types of records and viewing the combined data. The searches and results can be saved for later use.
Export to Excel: Export information to Microsoft® Office Excel® as static or dynamic worksheets and as dynamic pivot tables, and then use Excel's capabilities to manipulate the data and perform complex analyses.
Charts and Dashboards: Visualize important sales information. Charts present a visual display of information, drawing information from a specific view of a Microsoft Dynamics CRM record type. Dashboards can display one or more charts, for several different record types, and can also combine information from custom HTML pages, external web sites, and other resources.
Update Process Enhancements with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online 2015 Update
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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online 2015 Update 1 - Service New Features
Services required for debugging a Plugin?
a. Running the application in online mode - w3wp.exe b. Running the application in offline mode - Microsoft.Crm.Application.Hoster.exe c. Asynchronous Registered Plug-ins - CrmAsyncService.exe d. Sandbox (Isolation Mode) - Microsoft.Crm.Sandbox.WorkerProcess.exe
Activity Feeds Disable Rules (4 of 5): Dynamics CRM 2011
This snack explains how activity feeds allows users to stay up to date on the CRM records that are most important to them. After you complete this snack you will be able to:
• Install activity feeds
• Configure entities for activity feeds
• Disable activity feeds rules
• Auto post activity feeds
Microsoft Dynamics CRM: Importing Leads Dynamics CRM 2011
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online 2015 Update 1 - CRM SDK New Features
What is meant by sandbox? How it is differentiate between standard environments?
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online support the execution of plug-ins in an isolated environment. In this isolated environment, also known as a
Use of the full power of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK to access the web services. Access to the file system, system event log, network, and more is prevented in the sandbox.
It is more secure, supports run-time monitoring and statistics reporting, and is supported on all Microsoft Dynamics CRM deployments.
In registration Sandbox, known as partial trust:
Outside sandbox is full trust: Full trust is supported for on-premise and Internet-Facing Microsoft Dynamics CRM deployments.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online deployment, plug-ins must be registered in the sandbox (partial trust) because no full trust run-time environment is supported. Partial trusts are also supported for on-premise deployments.
Sandboxed plug-ins can access the network through the HTTP and HTTPS protocols.
Access to localhost (loopback) is not permitted.
IP addresses cannot be used. Plug-ins must use a named web address that requires DNS name resolution.
Anonymous authentication is supported and recommended.
Full trust is supported for on-premises and internet facing Microsoft Dynamics CRM deployments. For a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online deployment, plug-ins must be registered in the sandbox (partial trust) where they are isolated as previously described.