Hosk’s Top CRM 2013 articles of the week 25th July 2014

Smile everyone it’s Friday and you still have time to read the best CRM articles of the week, wooohoooo


Article of the week

A great article on Actions, something I have been trying to get my head round. This article will give you a good idea of how you can use them

Four Important Concepts Needed to Understand about Actions in Dynamics CRM

An interesting use of the available tools to get the date and time

Retrieving Server Datetime using Javascript


Best of the Rest


MVP Atilio answers Hosk’s questions

CRM MVP Question and Answer – Atilio Rosas Estigarribia


A cheeky way to get restricted file types into CRM as a web resource, sneaky.

How to work around the Web Resource file type restriction in Microsoft CRM


Bring your error logs out to Excel and get some error information, woohoo

CRM 2011 – Why error logs are great in Excel


A popular question and the quick answer is yes, the MOC’s are awesome

Can I pass the MB2-703 – CRM 2013 Customization and Configuration exam using just the Microsoft MOC’s


Did you know you can find the progress of your solution import with an SQL query, read more to find out how

CRM 2011/2013 – Progress of solution import


CRM MVP Scott Durow creates more sparkleXRM magic with a continuous scrolling and explains how it’s done

Multi-Entity Search: Paging verses Continuous Scrolling with SparkleXRM


Get to grips with the security

Mapping the Basic User to Security Role Settings – Suggestions


I heard about about it, now I understand more about it.

Server-based SharePoint integration for Microsoft Dynamics CRM


Hosk gets out his axe and starts chopping down his database

CRM 2011 – Cutting my CRM database down to size


A nice blog post showing you how to avoid misaligned columns in a AddCustomView

Dynamics CRM – Secret to not having Misaligned Columns from addCustomView


I never knew you could aggregate queries using FetchXml, clever.

Aggregate FetchXml Queries for Dynamics CRM 2011/2013


A good tip from Guido but read the article to understand why

Don’t use getSelectedOption().text


nice use of Real Time workflows

Naming Records Using Real-Time Workflow in Dynamics CRM 2013


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