You can get the tool at codeplex here
This tool was created by the CRM tool guru, Tanguy, who only recently finished making another tool to view the CRM Ribbon in 2011, which you can find here
You will no longer have to perform mutliple clicks operation to update your js web resources
- Export scripts web resources from CRM server
- Save scripts web resources to disk
- Load scripts files from disk
- Edit scripts with default text editor or Visual Studio
- Edit web resource properties
- Save scripts to CRM server
- Publish scripts to CRM server
I knew of the manager setting on a user and it’s theorecitical use because I learnt it whilst studying for one of the CRM exams.
You basically have use a manager role to escalate messages, warnings, noticiations in CRM. So rather than hard coding a particular user you use the manager role and then in your workflows etc you use this role rather than hard code it to an individual.
I had problems today whilst trying to set a manager for someone, in fact it was greyed out. This had me puzzled for a while and then I managed to figure it out.
You can’t set a manager to someone who is a manager.
which doesn’t sound like real life because most managers have managers.
This is a bit quirky but if you run into this problem one day I hope you will remember this.
I read an interesting blog post from Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Team Blog today which had a link to CRM Frequently asked questions.
This interested me two fold, firstly I was interested to see what the FAQ were and it’s also a good resource for solutions to these common problems.
If you want to read all the FAQ’s then go to the web site here
The document has these main headings with lots of more detailed problems below
I have to admit I found the FAQ very interesting and useful, it often has quick answers with links to more in depth documents, here is an example
How do I install and configure Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online E-mail Router?