Error Handling in Plug-ins

  1. For synchronous plug-ins, the Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform handles exceptions passed back to the platform by displaying an error message in a dialog of the web application user interface.
  2. For asynchronous plug-ins, the exception message is written to a System Job (AsyncOperation) record.
  3. For plug-ins not registered in the sandbox, the exception message (System.Exception.Message) is also written to the Application event log on the server that runs the plug-in.
  4. Sandboxed plug-ins should use tracing.
    1. Tracing is to provide isolated (sandboxed) plug-ins and custom workflow activities with a way to output runtime information when an exception is thrown because isolated plug-ins and custom workflow activities cannot write information to the system event log or the file system.
    2. The tracing service was implemented to provide sandboxed plug-ins and custom workflow activities with a means to output run-time information when an exception is thrown. In addition, tracing is also supported in plug-ins that is not sandboxed.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online & Kinect Natural User Interaction Demo

With the exciting advances Microsoft is making in technology lately, it was only a matter of time before these technologies honed in on Microsoft Dynamics CRM. The wait is over - this video demonstrates how Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online can be used with the Kinect or Hololens.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011: Creating a Planning Activity

What's New in CRM 2011 - Dialogs

In the eighth installment of Sonoma Partner's 10-part series, we will highlight a new feature in Microsoft CRM 2011- Dialogs, a visual workflow to guide users to entering CRM data.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Roadmap.

Learn more about microsoft dynamics crm roadmap.

http://crmroadmap.dynamics.com/

Personalizing Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

How to personalize the user experience, either for an individual or more generally for roles, so that they have easy access to information most relevant to them.

Field Level Security in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015

Chart Visualization Introduction (1 of 5): Dynamics CRM 2011

This Snack shows how to use chart designer to quickly and efficiently create graphs and charts to monitor business metrics in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 At Training Material Completion After you complete this snack you will be able to:

• Add and delete entities

• Refresh the metadata

• Manage profiles

• Import and export profiles

What are the types of solutions?

  1. Default solution
  2. Managed and unmanaged solution.

Lead Management: Disqualifying Lead

To Disqualify a Lead click Disqualify.

The user must select a reason why the lead is being disqualified