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Generating Image dynamically in SSRS Report from CRM

Introduction: It is possible to Fetch images from CRM’s entity records using Fetch XML.  This can be done using Notes attachment in CRM and the steps to display the Image in your report are pretty simple as well. Steps: Attach your image to a note under your respective entity in CRM In your Visual Studio … Continue reading Generating Image dynamically in SSRS Report from CRM

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Salesforce field not visible in Scribe Insight Integration

Introduction: There may arise a scenario where after creating a connection to Salesforce, a field that exists in Salesforce isn’t visible in your Scribe Insight DTS. This can happen because of multiple reasons. In this article I have listed down 3 of the most likely reasons why your SFDC field is not visible in Scribe … Continue reading Salesforce field not visible in Scribe Insight Integration

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IT and Business Systems for a Small and Medium Business in India

Posted On April 30, 2018 by Anil Shah Posted in

In this article, we highlight the key cloud-based IT and business systems that a Small and Medium Enterprise in India could use to improve efficiency while keeping costs low. These are also systems that we use to run our day to day operations. 1. Office 365 Business Premium – Email, Microsoft Office, Document Management, Security … Continue reading IT and Business Systems for a Small and Medium Business in India

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Enable IIS to deploy Web Service

Posted On April 25, 2018 by Krishna Bhanushali Posted in

Introduction: In this blog, we will have a look on how IIS can be enabled for Web Service Deployment Steps to be followed: 1) Search for Windows features in your PC. 2) Check the box for Internet Information Services and click OK. A confirmation screen appears. Sometimes there are cases after the above procedure that … Continue reading Enable IIS to deploy Web Service

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Markdown Language use in Postman Documentation- Part 2

Posted On April 3, 2018 by Krishna Bhanushali Posted in

Introduction: In previous blog, we discussed some formatting for Markdown language. Some more display of text-stuff will be discussed in this blog. Blockquotes: A blockquote is a sentence or paragraph that’s been specially formatted to draw attention to the reader. To create a block quote, all you have to do is preface a line with … Continue reading Markdown Language use in Postman Documentation- Part 2

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Markdown Language use in Postman Documentation- Part 1

Introduction: Formatting text in Markdown has a very gentle learning curve. It doesn’t do anything fancy like change the font size, colour, or type. All you have control over is the display of the text—stuff like making things bold, creating headers, and organizing lists. Styling: Bold and Italic: 1) To make a phrase italic in Markdown, you … Continue reading Markdown Language use in Postman Documentation- Part 1

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Postman Documentation for Web Service

Introduction: Postman is the complete toolchain for API developers. It supports every stage of API Lifecycle and in this blog, we will have a look on how a beautiful web-viewable document can be created. Postman’s API documentation feature lets you share public and private API documentation. Pre-requisites: 1) Postman 2) Web service already created. Steps … Continue reading Postman Documentation for Web Service

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Publishing Web Service on IIS using File System Method

Introduction: In this blog, we will have a look on how a web service can be published on IIS and made publicly available. Description: Publishing is the process to make an Application code suitable to host on the Server by merging DLLs and keeping only the required UI code. The steps required for hosting a … Continue reading Publishing Web Service on IIS using File System Method

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Getting Started with Microsoft Forms

Posted On August 3, 2017 by Abhishek Kumar Posted in

Introduction: Microsoft Forms is a simple app, which allows you to create customizable forms or quizzes and can be used for survey, quiz and poll purpose. It is included in Office 365 work and school accounts. In educational institutions, it can be used to create quizzes, collect feedback from parents and teachers, plan staff activities. … Continue reading Getting Started with Microsoft Forms

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Retrieve records from NetSuite on basis of Custom field value

Posted On May 25, 2017 by Krishna Bhanushali Posted in

Introduction: In this blog, we will have a look on how the records can be retrieved from NetSuite on basis of a custom field value. Scenario: We had a client with requirement to integrate their NetSuite environment to CRM environment. The integration process from NetSuite basically triggers on the scheduled time set on the server … Continue reading Retrieve records from NetSuite on basis of Custom field value

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