At PowerObjects, we’re very excited about the release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013! One of the new features is called Business Processes. Business processes can be set up by any user (with appropriate privileges) in CRM. They assist end users in navigating through the system, and help enforce rules based

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JavaScript comes in very handy when working within Microsoft Dynamics CRM, and we have a lot of blogs on using JavaScript in CRM. Starting from CRM 2011 UR 12, the getServerUrl (which returns the base server URL) and the getAuthenticationHeader method that was available pre-UR12 when referencing the Xrm.Page.context have

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One of the great benefits of the upcoming CRM 2013 release is the reduced number of clicks for adding activities. Everything you want to see is easy to access. This blog will guide you through various ways of accessing and creating activities within the new CRM platform. There are multiple

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM supports out-of-the-box integration with SharePoint, described in detail two previous blogs: SharePoint Integration in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and CRM 2011 and SharePoint 2010: Configuration and Folder Structure. One of the features of out-of-the-box integration is that the folders are created as needed—that is, when user navigates

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