Xrm.Page.context Unsupported Methods in CRM 2013

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

Using the Legacy Feature Check Tool to Prepare for CRM 2013

As you prepare to upgrade your Microsoft Dynamics 2011 environment to CRM 2013, it is very important to review your implementation for legacy code. CRM 2011 was backward-compatible to CRM

Copying Scribe Target Steps Using DTSEdit

There may be a scenario when working with Scribe Insight and Microsoft Dynamics CRM when you have to integrate data to multiple locations at once—for example, if you’re syncing data

Performing Bulk Operations Using Scribe Insight Adapter for Dynamics CRM 2011

You can speed up your data migration using the new Scribe Insight Adapter for Dynamics CRM, Version 5.4.0. How? By doing a bulk operation! The new adapter comes with Scribe

Using Expression Blend and Sketchflow to Visualize a Portal Designed for Dynamics CRM

Introduction Many of the projects here at PowerObjects utilize some form of a web portal to access or update Microsoft Dynamics CRM information. In the past, they have used various

Field Is Not Unique Error when Importing a Solution in CRM 2011

If you have production CRM environment and development/test/UAT environment(s), you have probably encountered a situation where you may need to create fields manually separately in both environments. If you do

Activity Parties and Dynamics CRM to CRM Migrations with Scribe

Activity Parties in Dynamics CRM are one of the most complex entities to work with regarding data migration. If you don’t know, activity parties are the entities that contain the

Resolving JavaScript Dependency Issues in CRM 2011 UR 12 and UR 13

It’s not uncommon when working with large amounts of JavaScript files, whether you’ve created them or are using third party libraries, to run into a dependency issue. It’s a significant

Comparison: Using Workflows vs. JavaScript vs. Plugins in Dynamics CRM

There are three ways to automate actions in Microsoft Dynamics CRM: workflows, JavaScript, or plugins. In this blog we will discuss the difference between them and how to choose which

Populating Field Values in a Form Using a Query String in CRM 2011

If you want to create a Dynamics CRM 2011 form pop and automatically populate fields in the form, one of the best ways to get the job done is to

Dynamics CRM / XRM Integration with GIS and PowerMap

Over the last several years, a new dimension has been added to reporting in Dynamics CRM: visualization. PowerObjects has taken visualization a step further by introducing maps into XRM solutions.

11 Dynamics CRM Data Migration Tips

Data migrations can be complex. Whether you are migrating from to Microsoft Dynamics CRM or from another contact management solution, you will come across challenges with data. This blog