Using CRM from an external website – part 7: Back to the drawing board

I ended my previous article with the conclusion that history was repeating itself. For some reasons I don’t understand, Microsoft is making it very hard for developers to integrate Microsoft products with non Microsoft technologies. I did some thorough investigation and stumbled on the following articles:  http://blogs.msdn.com/b/crm/archive/2013/12/12/use-oauth-to-authenticate-with-the-crm-service.aspx This article gives a high level overview on how […]

A terrible catch when ordering data using FetchXML

At the moment we are finishing up a product for CRM 2015 we have been developing over the last 7 months. As with most large software development projects, the last period is spent on stabilizing the product. In our product we are using batch functionality. In this batch functionality we do calculations based on the data […]

Enhanced Business Rules: Houston we have a problem!

Since January our company is building a new solution on Dynamics CRM 2015. A very complex application to solve complex problems for large enterprises, and that can be hosted on both CRM online and CRM 2015 on-premise. Within this solution we are relying on the enhanced business rules that were introduced in CRM 2015. In my […]

Hello world

I’m glad you found this blog. This blog will be dedicated to all things related to Microsoft Dynamics CRM. I’ve been fulltime involved in professional software development since 1995 as an employee of several software companies and as freelancer. Since 2001 I’ve been specializing myself in the nobel art of Microsoft .NET development. As of 2005 I […]