Catherine Eibner

Dynamics, SQL, .Net & getting them all to play nicely together!

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  • Blog Post: Latest CRM 4.0 SDK now available

    Now available in the latest SDK is what i believe is one of the most exciting releases fro CRM 4.0 since the launch of Accelerators! Thanks to contributions from the ADX Studios Team – now included the Advanced Developer Extensions Advanced Developer Extensions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, also referred...
  • Blog Post: Melbourne xRM Usergroup March Meeting

    This month the Melbourne xRM usergroup has a fantastic session planned – they are looking at Investing your existing .NET skill in Microsoft Dynamics CRM. At the moment, there is a huge demand in Microsoft CRM market and unfortunately followed by a shortage of skill around Microsoft CRM. In this upcoming...
  • Blog Post: Adelaide Microsoft CRM User Group

    Adelaide Microsoft CRM UG Wednesday 31 th March 2010,  12:00 Noon - 1:30 PM  Level 2, WestPac House, 91 King William St,  Adelaide Microsoft Dynamics ® CRM contains a variety of tools to track, manage, execute, and report on customer interactions. The system includes a large and customisable...
  • Blog Post: Industry Specific CRM 4.0 VPC’s now available!

    The CRM team have now released their Industry specific VPCs for download from either Partner Source or Customer Source for CRM 4.0: There are solutions for the following industries: Finance Professional Services Manufacturing Municipality Note that these are not Accelerators, partner or ISV products...
  • Blog Post: Developer Fast Track Series: Use your existing .Net skills to learn CRM Development FAST!

    This series is focused on helping .Net developers get up and running to be able to build CRM customisations quickly! Lets get set up! There are many developers who have been working with .Net for the last few years, that are now finding that their companies are either implementing CRM, or deciding to...
  • Blog Post: Professional Advantage take on the Stage & Screen!

    I came across these CRM situational videos playing out ‘Life before’ and ‘Life after’ the CRM system.  They were put together with the internal acting skills of one of our larger local Dynamics Partners, Professional Advantage & I believe can be contacted for future Acting jobs here: www.pa...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics® xRM Partner Readiness Workshops

    I received the official notification about this event in in inbox today & thought I would share it as I think its a fantastic event you do not want to miss! Not only because of the great content, but its a chance to meet some of the AWESOME Dynamics CRM team, like Bryan Nielson , Director of Worldwide...
  • Blog Post: Did you Know? Registering Workflows for Dynamics CRM 4.0

    Just a quick thing I learnt this evening that I thought I would share: If you are writing custom Workflow assemblies for Dynamics CRM, you can use the handy Plugin registration tool (found here or as is now also located in the Tools shipped with the SDK) to register Workflow assemblies as well as Plugins...
  • Blog Post: Yet Another Dynamics Session at Tech Ed Australia!

    Just thought I would share the good news that in addition to the 7 sessions we had locked in already , we just received confirmation of yet another Dynamics Session at Tech Ed Australia, bringing our total to 8 Dynamics sessions! :) DYN330 SharePoint Strategies for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Presenter: Jian...
  • Blog Post: Building a CRM 4.0 Report that will be accessed via an iFrame

    CRM 4.0 has a large number of ways for you to build reports. The build in report wizard is quite empowering & Visual Studio allows you to quite easily build & deploy CRM reports to your server without much hassle at all… HOWEVER, when it came to building a report that would not be accessed via...
  • Blog Post: Some Dynamics CRM Rumors….

    I always like to hear a good rumor, and seems there have been quite a few circulating about the next version of CRM since around PDC time last year. Alex Katsoulas has been kind enough to put them all together to save you the time of reading them all individually by summarising them here: http://www...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics CRM 4.0 Rollup 5 Released

    As true to the planned release of rollups every 8 weeks, late last week the CRM rollup 5 was released. It is a cumulative update that now incorporates additional bug fixes & performance improvements. You can download it here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID...
  • Blog Post: Zap Technology Awarded for ISV/Solutions, Innovation

    I am so excited that Zap Technology , one of our local Brisbane Based ISV’s that I have been working with recently, have been awarded the 2009 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference Award for ISV/Solutions, Innovation for our Business Analytics for Microsoft Dynamics solutions. "Zap is totally focused...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics CRM Analytics Accelerator Release 2 now available

    Probably the most complex of the CRM Accelerators, the Analytics accelerator has just had its 2 release made available to download on Codeplex: http://www.codeplex.com/crmaccelerators/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=20449#ReviewsAnchor This release includes the SQL 2008 dashboards that weren't...
  • Blog Post: CRM Jewel (How on earth didn't I know about this)

    Continuing through the Business Action World Tour Labs, I noticed a reference to click the “CRM Jewel”. This is not a term I had ever heard before and have to admit I looked blankly at the CRM screen for a while & back at the lab instructions trying to work out what it referred to, or if perhaps...
  • Blog Post: CRM Webservice Soap Exception Helper Code

    I am currently working through some of the great content created for the Business Action World Tour training sessions, and as part of that, playing with the great Labs that have been created. I just came across some code that helps to give you a bit more information when you hit a Soap Error when connecting...
  • Blog Post: Speaking of Tech Ed – I’m going to LA for Tech Ed North America!!

    I am fortunate enough to be heading off to Tech Ed North America tomorrow! I’m teaming up With Eric Boocock, CRM Online specialist & between us we will be hanging around the Dynamics Technology Kiosk (in the Business Intelligence area) all week answering your questions. If you are heading to Tech...
  • Blog Post: Did you miss the Virtual Dynamics CRM Business Action World Tour?

    Well the good news is the sessions have been recorded, and can be found on Ben Riga’s blog including a summary of the sessions: Day 1: Business Action Virtual Tour Recording – Day 1 – Line of Business Application Framework Day 2: Business Action Virtual Tour Recording – Day 2 – Compelling Experiences...
  • Blog Post: New CRM 4.0 Audit Accelerator Now Available

    There just seems to be no stopping the guys in the CRM product teams these days! The next part of the business productivity Accelerator has been released! There has been hints at the new Auditing functionality coming up in some of the already released Accelerators (like the eService module), but now...
  • Blog Post: MORE Free Developer Training for Dynamics CRM Partners

    Apart from the Virtual training event i mentioned yesterday, we also have some great Instructor lead training sessions coming up in both Sydney & Singapore. Once again the charismatic Chris Auld will be travelling around to deliver these training sessions for us. Having already had a sneak peak at...
  • Blog Post: Free Virtual Training Event: Developing Dynamics CRM

    We know that differentiating your line-of-business applications from those of your competitors has never been more important. If you’ve considered using Dynamics CRM as a line-of-business platform, Silverlight or WPF to build compelling experiences, Office or SharePoint to build on the familiar skills...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics CRM 4.0 VPC is fully loaded & ready to go!

    The new CRM Demo VPC is now available for download on Partner Source: https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/deployment/methodology/vpc/msd_crm4vpcapril09.htm It is loaded up with CRM, the latest rollups, all of the accelerators, Visual Studio 2008, SQL 2008, Performance Point, OCS, office and just...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Presentations

    Just a reminder that I am stopping over in Adelaide on my way back home from Perth on the 21st of April so am going to be giving a couple of presentations while I am there! So if you’re in Adelaide, make sure you pop into one of these sessions & say hello! First up: Adelaide SQL Usergroup http:/...
  • Blog Post: CRM Visual Studio Toolkit Launched!

    Here is another one of the very cool tools I got a sneak peek at earlier this year & I am very happy to see it released as I foresee it will save so much time in development as well as make it much easier for developers familiar with Visual studio development but new to programming for Dynamics CRM...
  • Blog Post: Communications Panel for Dynamics CRM 4

    After the excitement generated from our Dynamics NAV guru Johan Emilsson’s great work integrating OCS with Dynamics NAV (Webcast on that coming soon), there was much discussion internally about doing a similar example for CRM. Today I came across this – and I am very glad that this has been released...
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