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  • Blog Post: CRM 4.0 Reporting with Barry Givens and Phil Richardson

    Maybe you've seen this on other blogs, but I liked it too much not to blog about it. A cool webcast where two Program Manager Leads, Barry and Phil, walk through the end-user features but also show how you can take reports so much further by pulling them into Visual Studio Report Designer. Like I...
  • Blog Post: Error: 0x80048298

    I have seen some weird error codes when installing or configuring Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0, but there is always room for a new one. Krzysiek recently left a comment on http://blogs.msdn.com/mscrmfreak/archive/2006/04/07/570638.aspx and said he is encountering an error when he creates his reports in...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2005 SP2 and Microsoft CRM?

    Expanding the rubberband....Microsoft SQL Server 2005 SP2a just got released. You can obtain the Service Pack here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/913089 Why would I announce this on a Microsoft CRM related blog? Well since the new Service Pack has a lot of improvements that could be useful when working...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft CRM 3.0 Report Scheduling Wizard (Localized)

    Since I am Dutch, I tend to spend some attention to localized thingies. So today I saw this great email announcing that the Microsoft CRM 3.0 Report Scheduling Wizard is available for download in the following languages...... German, French, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Danish, Brazilian and Swedish ...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft CRM and changing your SQL Reporting Server

    What procedure to follow if you split up your Reporting Server from your SQL Server.... You start with adjusting the reporting registerkey on the Microsoft CRM server into the new address. After this you want to reinstall the Reports on the new Reporting Server, to achieve this you need to run a command...
  • Blog Post: Reports.config has invalid schema

    After installing Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 and wanting to use the reports it gives you an error: Reports.config has invalid schema. I have seen this problem to much lately and i will give you some possible steps to resolve. There is a KB article as well: 914079 It has to do with the fact that .NET 2...
  • Blog Post: Help! A new CRM report....

    Today i will posting something technical, since my last post was even described as pr0n..Yeah I also can't believe it..maybe it's jealousy.... I often see people having problems publishing/load new reports into Microsoft CRM. They will get errors such as: NullReferenceException : Object reference not...
  • Blog Post: Form Based Quotes Orders and Invoices

    I just got this information about new reports. There are a new set of Quote, Order and Invoice reports in the download section that one can publish in CRM and expose through the individual forms. These reports are a better alternative than the Print Preview offered by the stock CRM package and the...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft SQL Reporting Services (SSRS)

    You might think what is this item about Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services doing on a Blog about Microsoft CRM 3.0? Since SSRS is the reporting engine we use in Microsoft CRM 3.0 i want to explain how you can install SSRS on a WLBS enviroment with a 64-bit SQL 2000 database. You would assume...
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