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MS CRM 2011 Polaris demo – May 22nd (Updated Date)

April 23rd, 2013 DynamicsMSCRM Comments off

On May 22nd, 2013 from 1-2pm EST we will be showing a demo of the new Microsoft CRM UI – Polaris. This a 50K foot demo, catered towards Executives and VP. The link to register = Registration URL:
Webinar ID: 124-942-379

We will show:
• The new dashboards including BI
• The new forms – Lead, Account, Contact, Opportunity, Cases
• The new Process Flow (i.e. Sales Process)
• The new Case Flow

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MS CRM 2011 Integrating SharePoint 2013 and CRM 2011 

April 16th, 2013 DynamicsMSCRM Comments off

This is a simple process to integrate SharePoint 2013 with MS CRM 2011, this will work regardless of these being on premise or online. Below are the instructions, once doing this a few times it should be committed to memory and allow the integration quickly.

Part 1 CRM 2011

Within CRM go to Settings \ Document Management

Click on Document Management under Settings Tab from the left Navigation Page

Click on List Components and then Download the list component file from Microsoft Download Center CRM2011-SharePointList-ENU-amd64.exe and extract them

Three files are extracted, AllowHtcExtn.ps1, crmlistcomponent.wsp and mscrmsharepointeula.txt.
Only the crmlistcomponent.wsp will be used in the integration.

Part 2 SharePoint

Open your team site

or SharePoint 2013

Click on Site Action from the Top Link Bar and from the drop down select Site Settings NOTE: these steps may vary slightly for SharePoint online, the final link is the destination but the navigation can be different.

or SharePoint 2013

Click on Solutions under Galleries

or SharePoint 2013

Click on Solution from the top link bar and then click Upload Solution

Browse to the saved file crmlistcomponent.wsp and upload

Activate the wsp file just uploaded. Note: At times this can fail, keep trying and it should activate.

Part 3 back to CRM 2011

Under the Document Management Click on Document Management Settings. Select the entities you want to integrate with SharePoint You will need to specify the URL for your SharePoint Team Site. The url can be a sub site that you have created into you main team site.

Now click next and then Select the base entity

Click on next and it will give you a popup for creating libraries into Sharepoint Online. Just Click OK

CRM will create the folders and give the status as Succeed
Click on finish

Validate everything is working, open an account and click on Documents from the left Navigation Pane, it will give you a popup regarding creating folders in SharePoint, click OK. You can now attach any document or create any document from CRM 2011 online.

Sourced From: Shivam Dixit Dynamics CRM Blog

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MS CRM 2011 Database cannot be started in this edition of SQL Server

April 5th, 2013 DynamicsMSCRM Comments off

When trying to restore a Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise database to another server running Microsoft SQL Server Standard you get the following error:

Restore failed for Server ‘SQLServerName’.

Additional information:
An exception occurred while executing a Transact-SQL statement or batch. (Microsoft.SqlServer.ConnectionInfo)
Database ‘Org_MSCRM’ cannot be started in this edition of SQL Server because it contains a partition function ‘AuditPFN’. Only Enterprise edition of SQL Server supports partitioning. Database ‘Org_MSCRM’ cannot be started because some of the database functionality is not available in the current edition of SQL Server. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 905)

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