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Attachment and Task migration through Scribe Insight

Posted On June 5, 2015 by Posted in

Key Technologies: Scribe Insight, CRM Online Note: This article assumes experience on Scribe Insight for Data Integration/Migration and understanding of CRM Online Sources: CRM, Salesforce TASK Activities like Tasks need to be migrated and linked to an entity (Account, Contact, Lead, Opportunity and so on). For storing the GUID from CRM, perform a seek step … Continue reading Attachment and Task migration through Scribe Insight

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Activity Party Migration using Scribe Insight

Posted On June 1, 2015 by Posted in

Key Technologies: Scribe Insight, CRM Online Note: This article assumes experience on Scribe Insight for Data Integration/Migration and understanding of CRM Online For all the Activities like Email, Letter ,Fax ,Phone Call etc. we need two packages to be set up a: Activity Entity to Activity Entity (Eg: Email to Email) [with Status= Open] b: … Continue reading Activity Party Migration using Scribe Insight

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How to expose a field from a table NOT present in the AOT Query for an AIF service

Posted On June 1, 2015 by Posted in

1. To create an AIF service using Wizard, we are supposed to prepare an AOT query containing the tables with proper relations. 2. Once we generate the AIF Service using Wizard, the AxBC classes gets generated for each table present in the AOT Query. 3. AxBC classes contains the parm methods for each field as … Continue reading How to expose a field from a table NOT present in the AOT Query for an AIF service

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Deploying Office 365 Groups

Posted On May 30, 2015 by Posted in

Office 365 groups are available with Dynamics CRM Online who don’t use CRM. In simple words, Sales team don’t have access to input important input from various people. Office 365 in this case provided a collaborative location to share documents, conversations, meetings and notes. Office 365 groups can be enabled for any entity. Important: Users … Continue reading Deploying Office 365 Groups

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Global AIF Setting without which AIF Services will Not Work in AX 2012 R2

Posted On May 28, 2015 by Posted in

1. Go to AOT. 2. There is a Form called “AifGlobalSettings”. 3. Right Click & Open the form [Refer to the below snapshot of the form] 4. There is a check box called “Enable Runtime Caching”. 5. Make sure the check box is checked else the AIF services will NOT be accessible from outside.

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Enhanced Update Request in CRM 2015 Update 1

Posted On May 28, 2015 by Posted in

Before release of CRM 2015 Update 1, user needs to call different request to perform the below operation. 1. If user wants to update the records he needs to call the UpdateRequest 2. If User wants to Change the Status of record he needs to call the SetStateRequest. 3. If a user wants to change … Continue reading Enhanced Update Request in CRM 2015 Update 1

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Configure Inbound Port in AX 2012 to handle Bigger size XML coming inside via AIF

Posted On May 28, 2015 by Posted in

1. The maximum size of the XML message that AX can receive is 64kb. In order to accept the XML of bigger size, we have to configure the Inbound port.   2. The web.config is created from the configuration of the inbound port. So, in order to preserve the changes even if the Inbound port … Continue reading Configure Inbound Port in AX 2012 to handle Bigger size XML coming inside via AIF

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Creating Sales Order with address in AX 2012 R2 via AIF through .Net

Posted On May 28, 2015 by Posted in

Creating Sales Order with address information in AX 2012R2CU7 via AIF through .Net Code Please see the below .net code static void Main(string[] args)         {             // Instantiate an instance of the service client class.             SalesOrderServiceClient proxy = new SalesOrderServiceClient(); … Continue reading Creating Sales Order with address in AX 2012 R2 via AIF through .Net

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What’s New in Power BI?

Posted On May 28, 2015 by Posted in

Key Technologies: Microsoft Business Intelligence, Power BI Note: This article assumes experience on Power BI for Office 365 using Excel 2013 and the Microsoft BI stack Power BI transforms data into rich visualizations independent of Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Newly available features: Powerful Dashboards using HTML5 without the need to install Silverlight New Visualizations … Continue reading What’s New in Power BI?

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