140 Wednesday, December 21, 2016 |
Suresh Maurya
Dynamics CRM Consultant at IBM

What is the difference between managed and un-managed solutions?

  1. A managed solution is a completed solution that is intended to be distributed and installed.
  2. An unmanaged solution is one that is still under development or is not intended to be distributed.
  3. Managed solutions can also be layered on top of other managed solutions.
  4. Any unmanaged customized solution component can be associated with any number of unmanaged solutions.
  5. Deleting a managed solution will uninstall all of the solutions components.
  6. Unmanaged solutions are references to customizable solution components in the organization.
  7. Think of unmanaged solutions as source code and think of managed solutions as compiled, versioned and signed assemblies.
  8. Unmanaged
    1. Add components.
    2. Remove components.
    3. Delete components that allow for deletion.
    4. Export and import the unmanaged solution.
    5. Export the solution as a managed solution.
  9.  Managed
    1. You cannot add or remove solution components in a managed solution.
    2. You cannot export a managed solution.
    3. Deleting a managed solution uninstalls all the solution components within it.
    4. After you generate a managed solution, you cannot install it in the same Microsoft Dynamics CRM organization that contains the unmanaged solution.

Record Type: Currency

Currency

  • One default currency is defined for organization.
  • Multiple currencies manages conversion rates.
  • For Multiple currencies all transaction recorded in base currency

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