Gold Coast

Over the years, this blog has been about many different things related to software development with Microsoft technologies. Since my current role focuses on Dynamics CRM / XRM, that's what it's primarily about right now.

May, 2012

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    Deleting things from a deployed CRM 2011 managed solution package

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    DISCLAIMER: This is technically unsupported, but works. If that makes you cringe, then walk away. If you read it and think it will work for you, then make the decision that's best for you. Example scenarios: “I have a a field in an entity...
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    Using RequireJS with CRM 2011 forms

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    GOAL: Simplify referencing JavaScript libraries from CRM forms for code-centric developer types like me. I have always been a fan of “code beside” JavaScript files that contain all my main code for a corresponding HTML page.  For example, if I have...
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    Data Migration with CRM 2011

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    UPDATE (18APR2013): If you find this post interesting, then you will want to watch the Enterprise Data Integration for CRM, featuring Daniel Cai webcast. “I am building a solution using CRM 2011, but I need to migrate a significant amount of data from...
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    CRMUG: Transforming Policy to Economic Growth with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

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    NOTE: This is a copy/paste/minor tweak of an email invite I got from someone on my team. REGISTER TODAY: http://dkdt.me/K0bBK6 The Microsoft Dynamics® CRM User Group (CRMUG) has monthly open forum discussions of Dynamics CRM issues facing Public Sector...
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    CRM 2011 OnPrem integrating with SharePoint Online

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    “Can I get the the integration the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 List Component for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 provides to work with SharePoint Online when my CRM 2011 deployment is OnPrem (i.e. installed inside my organizations private network or...
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    CRM Online myth busters presentation

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    I’ve created a presentation version of my CRM Online myth busters post.  The goal of the deck is the same as the post, which is to share common misconceptions I run into about CRM Online when speaking with folks.  The presentation is geared...
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    Design for Online

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    UPDATE (30MAY2013): Have a look at this post for some tangible examples of Windows Azure with CRM to address some of these scenarios. DISCLAIMER: This post is not official guidance from Microsoft. It’s the thoughts and opinion of one guy who...
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    Cross domain calls from JavaScript

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    It’s exciting times for web developers.  Many of the hoops we used to have to jump through are being eliminated as more browsers support more of the HTML5 spec and more people are using modern browsers.  One of the things that has me excited...
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