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SSIS Integration with Dynamics CRM

SQL Server Integration Services is a component of the Microsoft SQL Server database software that can be used to perform a broad range of data migration tasks. SSIS is a platform for data integration and workflow applications. It features a data warehousing tool used for data extraction, transformation, and loading. 

Ajay Ravi by Ajay Ravi

Entities in Dynamics

In my previous blog I showed how to create a solution in dynamics 365. So, the next step after creating a solution is to create or use an existing entity and customize it as per the business needs. Customizing entities includes adding fields, changing the forms, creating custom entities etc. In this blog, we will see how to create a new entity and to modify an existing entity.

Ajay Ravi by Ajay Ravi

Solutions in Dynamics 365

Solutions in Dynamics 365:

A solution is a bucket where we can store all the customizations of a particular project. Creating a solution helps the user to move the changes from one environment to another. We can use solutions to extend the capability of Dynamics 365. There are basically three different types of solutions: System/Default, managed and unmanaged.

Ajay Ravi by Ajay Ravi

Introduction to Customizing Dynamics 365

What is Dynamics 365?

Dynamics 365 is a business model that allows multiple apps to work together seamlessly to provide cloud-based solutions for customers.  All businesses have certain business needs, whether it's financials, reporting, different types of situations that come into there.  So what the Dynamics 365 platform allows you to do is really deploy more customized solutions that fit your target business as opposed to having to try to fit them into one container based upon your individual needs.

Ajay Ravi by Ajay Ravi

Dynamics 365's Intelligent Integration with LinkedIn

Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn was yet another innovative move towards building a world of intelligent business applications; and even more exciting was the ready-to-use integration with Dynamics 365.

Edidiong Odiong by Edidiong Odiong

No-Code Configurations for Dynamics CRM – Part 2

This is the second article on how you can configure Dynamics CRM without writing code. In Part 1, I described the configuration options with System and Custom entities, as well as explaining how to use Business Rules. In this article, I will describe how you can configure Dynamics CRM using Workflows and Dialog, Business Process Flows, and Dashboards/Reports.

John Adali by John Adali

Preparing for Dynamics 365

Dynamics 365 includes many new features, but it also deprecates some older features as well. In order to be prepared for your upgrade to Dynamics 365, it's important to identify what's changing, how it these changes will affect you, and what you can do to prepare.

Dan Fink by Dan Fink

Dynamics 365 Use Rights Breakdown

The Team Member and Business Application subscriptions available with Dynamics 365 are an excellent way to reduce licensing costs by ensuring you're paying for only the functionality that users require. To make this easier, a full table of the detailed use rights is available here for review.

Dan Fink by Dan Fink

Dynamics 365 Pricing Calculator

The licensing for Dynamics 365 can include many different Business Applications, Subscription Types, and pricing tiers. Hopefully this calculator can help break down the differences between the applications, tiers, and plans for Dynamics 365. Take a look at Dynamics 365 Licensing Made Simple for more details on the components which make up Dynamics 365, and Use Rights Breakdown for details the scope of use rights in Dynamics 365.

Dan Fink by Dan Fink