CRM 2011 – changes didn’t appear after importing solution

I imported my solution and everything went ok after I increased the time out.

Then I noticed that I couldn’t see some of the changes that should be appearing.

I went into the solution section and I could see all the  entities and the changes but why weren’t they appearing.

I hit the publish all customizations button and hey presto my changes appeared.

Just another little gotcha to watch out for

3 thoughts on “CRM 2011 – changes didn’t appear after importing solution

  1. Rami Heleg October 3, 2012 / 1:17 pm

    Any idea why CRM works like that.
    i have the same problem special if i import a few manage solution to the same organization

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  2. Hosk October 3, 2012 / 1:42 pm

    the basic rule is

    managed solutions auto publish

    unmanaged solutions need a publish all

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  3. Mark Pitts February 27, 2013 / 3:24 pm

    Hello Ben,
    I have a ‘proc’ solution, which contains my plugin assemblies. Can you think of a scenario/situation where importing this as a managed solution does not update the existing version on the target?

    I tried, what normally works for me, to un-register the assembly using the plug-in registration tool. Then, I re-import the managed solution. After the import, I don’t see the changes in the plug-in.

    In this one particular instance, I was forced to ‘update’ the assembly directly from plug-in registration tool. Although this worked, it’s not ideal when I expect someone less technical to be performing the import.

    Any suggestions or ideas would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers!

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