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Dynamics CRM/365: Business rule not working, here is the checklist

Business Rule – Check list

  1. Check business rule has any error. If there is any error, It will not trigger.
  2. Check the business role scope
  3. All the fields appearing in the business rule must be placed in th form body
  4. Business rules will be applied to Main forms and Quick forms
  5. If you writing multiple business rules for entity, it will trigger based on the Activation order.
  6. If the scope of business rule is not on entity, it will trigger only on client side.

If you have any tips, please share me in comments.

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Custom Workflow tips

Good Morning !! 
Hope everyone doing awesome. 

Would like to share this tip with you all.

I believe everyone knows how to debug custom Workflows using Plugin Registration tool. 

Trick is that while trying to profile, you will not be able to find steps for that respective workflow assembly. 

Check: Whether you have used this assembly in workflow ?

Most of the time, we would have used in workflow. if it’s not working only, we used to come for  debugging.:-;

No ? Start using it ..Then only steps will be visible in Plugin Registration tool.

Still steps are not visible n PR tool.

Yes ? Check whether you used this Custom Workflow assembly in conditional approach. If so, it will not be visible. So workaround will be use straight way in work flow.debug it. Fix your code. 

Hope this tip will help to save your time in analysing it. If you have Better way, please do share me. 

Thanks for reading and keep sharing. Happy Blogging.

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What I learnt from CRM Saturday Paddington

Summary of the CRM Saturday by Hosk

Hosk's Dynamic CRM Blog

Code problems are hard to find and easy to fix, people problems are easy to find and hard to fix  #HoskCodeWisdom

The secret of Dynamics 365 projects is knowing what’s on the other side of customer requirements #HoskCodeWisdom

I attended CRM Saturday, a CRM event held on a Saturday, surelynot many people are going to go to that, in their own time?

It was scheduled for 100 people and fullybooked with people flying in from Europe to present and attend.  The final numbers were around 80ish people, a good turnout.

The first thing I learnt was CRM Saturday was awesome and Microsoft’s offices are prettycool.

Itwas a trek to get there, waking up at 6 am and walking to the train station on a dark rainy Saturday morning

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The Capgemini team had three people attending,itwas useful to compare our…

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Under the Hood – There’s a Dynamics 365 App for that

Excellent post.. Deep Insights about Dynamics CRM evolution
#Dyn365 #NewFeatures

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Microsoft has surely been looking at Salesforce for the past few years, feeling somewhat envious of their ‘apps’ market. If you take Salesforce at their word, they have over 1.4 million registered developers, so the apps market for Salesforce is clearly not a flash in the plan.

With the recent launch of Dynamics 365, there appears to be a concerted effort at Redmond to build an ecosystem around Dynamics 365, but how has this been implemented and what do application developers need to know?

365 Apps v Solutions

Back in the day when solutions were introduced in Dynamics CRM 2011, you could see the start of an effort by Microsoft to have proper application lifecycle management around Dynamics CRM customisations and configurations.

solutions CRM 2011 Solutions

Unmanaged solutions were a way a developer could keep track of their many bits and pieces within CRM. Managed solutions were way of packaging…

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{Dynamics 365 Quick tips} Rearrange columns on the fly and maintain view groupings and switch display mode in Dynamics 365 editable grids.

Lights on hidden features in #EditableGrid #Dyn365

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Editable grids are here and how and it’s WOW. Probably the most awaited feature of the Dynamics CRM since its inception. The entire community is going gaga over it and why not?

No this is not a blog post which tells you how to enable and configure editable grids. There has been lot of great posts already floating in the community and I will not add on top of that. Rather I would like to focus on two new cool features that has accompanied editable grid but are somehow hidden from its limelight. In case you are not aware of the editable grid feature in Dynamics 365, you can visit the below link to get acquainted with it.

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/lystavlen/2016/10/30/editable-grids-is-here/

So let us talk about these small and yet handy new features.

Now this is cool. When I first saw this, I am like finally! Now I can view the columns…

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{Dynamics 365} Preview Feature – Organization Insights Dashboard

#Organization Insights Dashboard #Dyn365

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A new reporting component to provide organization insights has been added in Dynamics 365. These charts can be added to a dashboard and provide the mentioned below information

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a) Active Users – Number of users that are logged at different times of the day.

b) Active Users Performing Specific Operations – Number of Different operations(Create, Update, Delete and Read) performed by active users at different times of the day.

c) Most Active User (Changes) – Number of changes (Create, Delete, Update) performed by different users past 2hours, 48`hours or past 30 days.

insights2

d) Total Page Requests – Page requests in classification of Dashboards, Reports and forms at specific times.

e) Total Operations – Total number of operations Create, Delete Update and Read happening at specific times.

f) Most Active Users – Read operations performed by the most active users.

For using organization insights, we need to be firstly configure them…

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{Dynamics 365 New Features} Explore the new OOB Actions available with Dynamics 365

#New OOB Actions #Dyn365

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Some more research and yet another blog post to highlight another excellent feature of Dynamics 365. I have been extoling Dynamics 365 and I am tired as the more I explore, the more I get amazed by it. So without wasting much time, let me straight get to the point here.

With Dynamics 365, a whole new set of actions has been provided to you OOB. As per MSDN documentation, the following are the new set of actions available with this release.

•Add (Case) to Queue

•Add user to Record Team

•Apply Routing Rule (to Case)

•Calculate Actual Value (of Opportunity)

•Close Opportunity

•Get Quote Products from Opportunity

•Get Sales Order Products from Opportunity

•Lock Invoice Pricing

•Lock Sales Order Pricing

•Qualify Lead

•Remove User from Record Team

•Resolve Incident

•Resolve Quote

•Revise Quote

•Unlock Invoice Pricing

•Unlock Sales Order Pricing

I know your hands might be itching now already…

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{New Feature} Get the created object after creating a record using Web API in Dynamics 365

#Dyn365 #WebApi

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Another blog post and with it another great feature of Web API enhancements in Dynamics 365 that I will be sharing it. A small enhancement but a really handy one I would say.

So let’s understand what this feature I am talking about. If you just saw the header and jumped into this post without really understanding much from the title of this topic, don’t be disappointed. It’s my bad and I am terrible to in finding click bait headers for my topics. Hope I will do a decent job explaining the feature. So buckle up.

Prior to Dynamics 365, when you create a record in Dynamics CRM, be it through Web API or through Organization Service, you would get the guid of the newly created record back. And to get the whole object back you would again need to query the with the returned guid.

The problem become more…

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New Metadata Query features in Web API in Dynamics 365

#Dyn365 #WebApi

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Dynamics 365 is in and just like me, CRM enthusiasts all over the world are simply WOW’ed by its wonderful offerings. After all, this has been a giant leap by Microsoft and indeed a great opportunity for all consultants to me to plunge into unknown territories and conquer it.

In this blog post, I will walk you through the new Metadata Query features that has been introduced with Dynamics 365 Web API. Off late I have been developing some tools using were using the WEB API endpoint and these new additions to the WEB API will really help developers to query the metadata in a very simple way. So without wasting more time, let me straight way give you a flavor of this.

With Dynamics 365, the Web API endpoint has been upgraded to v8.2. So it would be typically in this format – /api/data/v8.2/”>https://<organizationUrl>/api/data/v8.2/

For my trial organization, below…

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