Friday, September 25, 2009

Updated Microsoft Dynamics CRM Statement of Direction is available for download

Updated version of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Statement of Direction available for download, both on PartnerSource and CustomerSource.

Microsoft has prepared a well-defined Roadmap in bringing new innovations to customer relationship management (CRM) software with Microsoft Dynamics® CRM. This document outlines the future direction of Microsoft Dynamics CRM through to the next major release, Microsoft Dynamics CRM “V.Next” which is targeted for release in 2010. “V.Next” is planned to provide a Best-of-Breed Business Solution Platform.

Happy Reading...!

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Record Counter for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 released in MSDN Code Gallery

Are you facing difficulty in counting the total number of records in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0? Are you wondering if you could find a way to count the number of Pages and Records? If the answer is yes, then it is worth downloading my project from MSDN Code Gallery.

Record Counter walkthrough document is included in the Downloads tab which walks you through the plugin functionality and deployment procedure. Record Counter Plugin is available for download from here.

This simple plugin designed for MSCRM 4.0 is still in Beta stage. I am open to suggestions, if you find any bugs or would like to suggest an enhancement, please feel free to ask.

Few Screenshots below:

Quick find view
Form Assistant

Lookup view
Auto Resolve Lookups
Public Views
Advanced find

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Free Silverlight 3 Firestarter Sessions - Register now

The Silverlight team is running a one day event at Microsoft on September 17 to talk about Silverlight 3.

The agenda for the event:

* Keynote by Scott Guthrie
* Key Silverlight Scenarios by Tim Heuer
* Expression 3 Overview by Adam Kinney
* Sketch Flow by Janete Perez
* Toolkit & Controls by Justin Angel and Shawn Oster
* RIA Services by Brad Abrams
* Building Silverlight UIs with XAML Power toys by Karl Shifflett

If you’re interested, the sign up link for attending the event is here.

How xRM can Stretch IT?

Theorem with Proof. Excellent...! I just got this news letter from Microsoft.