The CRM Guys

The blog of the Dynamics CRM Guys from Microsoft Consulting Services, UK.

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  • Blog Post: CRM Reporting and SQL 2012 AlwaysOn Availability Groups – Better Together

    The Problem A common issue that I have come across in CRM deployments, particularly for Enterprise customers, is deadlocking on the SQL server resulting in a degraded performance of our CRM environment. I’ve experienced severe impact of this deadlocking to the degree that other CRM SQL processes...
  • Blog Post: User Impersonation with Silverlight

    Sometimes it’s useful for Dynamics CRM to think you’re someone else. An administrator may wish to retrieve or alter data as if they were another user, or execute certain special commands on someone else’s behalf. Developers using the Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk will find that implementing this...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics CRM 2011 Demos - Faking Multiple Personas

    Here’s a quick post on a little tip that I find useful when trying to show how the systems we are building will actually work for the customer… One of the key business benefits of a Dynamics CRM implementation is turning ‘personal knowledge’ into ‘corporate knowledge’...
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