Jonas Deibe - Dynamics CRM, C#, JS

My personal blog about Microsoft Dynamics in code, picture and text (Stockholm/Sweden)

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  • Blog Post: Buy vs Build

    Buy versus build judge yourself! I would think xRM as a way of accelerate application development. Costs Benefits Buy (xRM) Locked to vendor Locked to vender schedules Customizations to fill GAPs (if any) Licenses Configuration more than...
  • Blog Post: Mission-critical workload of 50,000 concurrent users

    Feels great! Checkout press release on http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2009/jun09/06-03IntelMSBenchmarkPR.mspx All business transactions were based on extensive customer research and defined using the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Performance and Stress Testing Toolkit.
  • Blog Post: CRM developer toolkit v1

    A new toolkit to make customizations to CRM 4.0 has been released. Download bits from http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/E2DevTkt View All CRM Entities - Displays a listing of CRM entities that are dynamically available from the CRM Explorer within Visual Studio 2008 Create and Update CRM Entities...
  • Blog Post: TR8 in Seattle

    If you are attending the Microsoft technical readiness (TechReady) conference this week in Seattle please drop by on my session. I’ll be speaking about field experience in making CRM and Performance Point Work for Management. MSDY313 - Field Experience in Making CRM and Performance Point Work for Management...
  • Blog Post: Tips for faster and better performance on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0

    There are many different factors that affect performance when implementing a CRM system; the hardware, network, infrastructure, business processes, system configuration, ect. Finding those bottlenecks and identifying their actual causes can take a lot of time and might not be an easy task. In this...
  • Blog Post: Hosted CRM movie

    A couple of weeks ago I was invited for a recording about hosted CRM. The movie is part of an education package giving partners an overview of some of Microsoft’s products and solutions. Peter Alvmo , Daniel Akenine and MVP Mikael Nyström were recording movies as well. Topic's are all from benefits by...
  • Blog Post: CRM, Performance Point and MOSS (CRM+PPS+MOSS)

    Extending CRM with BI capacity has been on the radar for a while and with the new BI accelerators this will be an easy customization. The same applies to CRM and MOSS integrations. Since I have spent some time in this very interesting area I tough why not share some parts (screen captures). My goals...
  • Blog Post: Building a new demo disc on Windows 2008 Server

    Today was a good day to rebuild my CRM 4.0 demo discs. I started up with downloading latest version of OS (windows 2008 server), to be honest is my first time installing w2008. The installation was super smooth and we have added very nice features to simplify server configuration. I simple checked my...
  • Blog Post: Demo online

    Great place to find cool and usefull solutions http://www.democrmonline.com/
  • Blog Post: Reading the right CRM blogs?

    Ben has created a list of useful resource for the CRM community. if you are not listed and active blogger please ping Ben http://blogs.msdn.com/benriga/archive/2008/05/28/reading-the-right-crm-blogs.aspx
  • Blog Post: Lambda expressions and anonymous methods on Metadata service in CRM 4.0

    In C# 3.0 Microsoft has added lambda expression. This is not a new feature in computer languages originally designed on a conceptualized level way back in time by an American called Alonzo Church . Lamda expressions provide shorthand syntax for algorithms. I have played around with this and below...
  • Blog Post: Playing around with filters on queues using a plug-in (C#)

    Quite common I get questions regarding modifications on queues. What can be changed in the main GUI and how do I only display queues in context of the actual logged in user. The main GUI is not possible to change since it's none customized page but the content is possible to change by modifying the queue...
  • Blog Post: CRM Online

    Today CRM Online is available as service from Microsoft. Yes the name has changed from Dynamics CRM Live to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online (Not to confuse too much on the existing www.live.com platform targeting more the consumer and smaller business) The product code base is more or less the same as...
  • Blog Post: Cache Tool source code

    Console .WriteLine( "Cache tool source code as attachment..." ); Visual Studio 2005 project
  • Blog Post: The dynamic Cache Tool for CRM 1.2 - 4.0 versions

    Or any other web application... simply change the paths in the configuration file. When doing demo's in a virtual environment as VPC it's pretty nice to have some sort of tool to pre-hit your application. I have made a simple console app that will do this for you. Run the application before doing...
  • Blog Post: Email router doesn't start (Microsoft.Crm.Tools.EmailAgent.SystemState.xml is empty)

    Suddenly my email router stopped working in my VPC. A look in the event viewer showed #16192 - The E-mail Router service could not run the service main background thread. The E-mail Router service cannot continue and will now shut down. System.Configuration.ConfigurationErrorsException: The E-mail...
  • Blog Post: Learn how Visual Studio implements intellisense for ISV, Sitemap ect in CRM 4.0

    Intellisense your isv, sitemap or customizations in Visual Studio 2008 (2005)? Well it's really easy and makes modifications safe and controlled compared to manually/none intellisense. The example also works with other products and is not specific to CRM 4.0. ISV.Config example Example of modification...
  • Blog Post: Error while installing language pack in MS CRM 4.0?

    If you enable language packs after you have removed some out-of-the-box fields (e.g a tab) a language pack will fail. SE is currently working on a hot fix. Workarounds until hotfix is released; 1. Enable for example Swedish before applying the customizations if possible. 2. Re-import your...
  • Blog Post: Blog corner report from the Swedish CRM 4.0 release

    Today I was at the Nacka Factory for the Swedish CRM 4.0 release party. Allot of customers, partners and Microsoft staff was there. I and Michael Höhne from Stunnware were represented at the blog corner. Many people stopped by and we had a really nice time chatting with developers, business guys and...
  • Blog Post: CRM 4.0 on Citrix

    CRM 4.0 now on Citrix (Presentation Server 4.5 (32 & 64 bit)) Read more here http://www.citrix.com/English/ps2/citrixready/product.asp?contentID=1297093
  • Blog Post: Creating a no-code workflow for CRM 4.0 with Visual Studio 2005 (2008)

    New in CRM 4.0 is the possibility to build custom workflows using Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). WF is the programming model, engine and tools for quickly building workflow enabled applications on CRM 4.0. In previous version of CRM the engine was limited and not as robust. WF is a standard component...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft CRM 4.0 Sweden Customer Launch Events

    Malmö - Hotel Konserthuset, Amiralsgatan 19 den 6 februari kl 9.00 – 14.00 Stockholm - 7 februari kl 9.00 – 17.00, Factory, Augustendalstorget 6, 131 26 Nacka Strand. I will be attending the one in Stockholm and you find me in the " meet the bloggers " corner Please click links below for agenda and...
  • Blog Post: Access denied (401) when using CRM 4.0 plug-in registration tool?

    I have made a slight modification on the CRM 4.0 Sdk plugin registration tool. I simple added a new property and once checked default credentionals are used when connection to discovery and crm webservice. It's your own choice now to either user current user credentionals or someone elses. Simply...
  • Blog Post: Caller does not have enough privilege to set CallerOriginToken to the specified value

    If you installed CRM 4.0 on box where you also have SQL and used a domain account as service account you need manually to add your domain account to the PrivUserGroup else you will recive a "Caller does not have enough privilege to set CallerOriginToken to the specified value" when trying to access CRM...
  • Blog Post: CRM 4.0 release - happy holidays

    I'd like to take this chance to wish all readers /customers/partners happy Christmas and a new year! 2007 was a great year starting with the Vista/office rollout and ending with the release of CRM 4.0. The product team has done a great work and I'm happy to have been part contributing from the field...
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