Moving back on-premise (for now)

One of my clients is experiencing a very poor performance on CRM online. The client is about to go live with the new system, but this week during an internal demo (for the key users) the key users complained about the performance. According to the management it was unacceptable.  *ouch* In the weeks prior we already […]

The solution that didn’t want to be installed, but ended up being installed!

Aaaargh, what a day! Today I was wrapping up the setup of an on-premise Dynamics CRM 2016 (Update 1) testing environment for a client. One of the last tasks I had to do was to update the unmanaged solution we developed on Dynamics CRM 2016 online. Whatever I tried, the solution didn’t want to be installed on […]

Battling performance issues

At the moment I’m working for one of our clients. The customer is migrating from Lotus Notes to Dynamics CRM online in combination with Office 365. Since the beginning of the project, the client has been plagued by an unpredictable performance. One moment an account opens in just 2–3 seconds, while the next moment the same screen needs 25–30 […]

#Crm2Crm – part 7: Bidirectional replication up-and-running

Welcome back in the final episode in this series of articles on building a replication mechanism within Dynamics CRM. In the previous article I implemented a concept of a message pump. The goal of the message pump is to process the messages created by the actions performed on the source entity which are captured by […]