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How to delete workspace from TFS Visual Studio

Introduction: In this blog, we will see how we can delete any of the TFS workspace which is assigned to different user Even if tried to remove/delete the workspace from Visual Studio, We’re unable to map existing workspace to new user.   In such scenario, It is necessary to delete the workspace explicitly while getting the … Continue reading How to delete workspace from TFS Visual Studio

Visual Studio Tip

Finance and operations departments in a company are quite crucial as they help the business to flourish and reach heights. Companies, therefore, should do everything from their end to better the processes in these departments. Using an ERP solution is one of the wisest and best ways to do this job. Dynamics 365 for finance … Continue reading Visual Studio Tip

Count Number of weekends between 2 dates in SSRS

Problem: There is no in-built function in SSRS where we can count the number of Saturdays and Sundays between any two dates in SSRS. This is a needed function for scenarios where we only need to get a count of working days.’ Solution: Following is a formula that can be used for getting an accurate … Continue reading Count Number of weekends between 2 dates in SSRS

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

Row Numbering Issue for Grouped Data in SSRS

Issue: In SSRS if we are using an aggregate function in a group at the Tablix level, then you may realize that the simple row numbering function does not give a current sequential ranking. Using the function RowNumber(Nothing) gives something like this. Using RowNumber(“GroupName”) would also give an incorrect row numbering and look something like … Continue reading Row Numbering Issue for Grouped Data in SSRS

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