Customer Driven Updates in CRM Online 2015 Update 1
With Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Update 1 we have made some exciting improvements to customer-driven updates. Watch this video to see the new and improved capabilities for managing updates. For more information, visit http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/crm-customer-center/default.aspx and http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=394323
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Hear how IGH Solutions switched over from Salesforce.com to Microsoft Dynamics CRM allowing them to save significant amounts of money and enjoy a cohesive environment in which their multiple business units can work.
Customer self-service with Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Make it easy for customers to solve issues on their own. Provide a customizable online support portal that leverages an organized, searchable knowledge base to deliver real-time updates, consistent answers to service questions and product and service information and documentation. And, with the ability to submit cases directly from the self-service portal, brands can get the right case to the right agent for fast and effective service resolution.
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What is Plugin Profiler?
Plug-in Profiler is a tool that profiles the execution of plug-ins for an enhanced debugging experience in Microsoft Visual Studio. Thistool can be used in either the debug or replay mode.
This can be run from the Command Prompt window or from within the Plug-in Registration tool, makes developing plug-ins against Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online quicker and easier.
In the tool's main window, select Install Profiler. You will now see a Plug-in Profiler node in the list.
Select a plug-in step and click Profile to enable profiling.
Perform the operation in Microsoft Dynamics CRM that causes the plug-in to run. For example, if the step is configured for an update to an account, then update an account.
After the plug-in throws an exception and the Business Process Error dialog is displayed, click Download Log File and save this file. Alternately, if the plug-in does not throw an exception, click Stop Profiling.
Update Process Enhancements with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online 2015 Update