As consultants, we often perform an analysis of CRM systems belonging to prospects or customers, perhaps because they have performance issues, they want to upgrade, or we need to understand more about their current implementations.
If the CRM is on-premises, it is useful to find out about which out-of-the-box CRM entities are used, custom entities if any, number of records, and size of tables. You can find out all about this easily through few clicks and without having to write any T-SQL.
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If you need to produce a report to display and audit users’ Business Units, Teams, and Security Roles of your Dynamics CRM, for example to ensure the correct users are assigned correctly before the go-live, then this report may be useful.
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When you develop an SSRS report for CRM with Visual Studio Business Intelligence Studio and test the report working in Visual Studio, but not when uploaded to CRM, you will encounter the following error:
The report cannot be displayed. (rsProcessingAborted)
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When working with any Microsoft Online systems in the cloud, such as Exchange Online, CRM Online, or SharePoint Online, they come with Office 365, which is a portal for managing users, domains, licensing, services and other admin-related matters.
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Microsoft have special Scale Groups for “heavy” CRM Online instances. A higher scale group allows longer timeout period (60s increased to 120s, or 300s) and processing more records (50k increased to 100k).
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Many people want to know how the two systems compare – Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 vs. Salesforce.
In this post, I will perform some basic tasks in both systems, and provide screenshots, to help you decide for yourself which out of the two, from the UI perspective, you like better.
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