Sunday, March 13, 2011
The CrmDateTime in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 SDK is a pretty weird data type
on one hand it represents a Date and a time, on the other hand it's Value property is of a string type
One asks himself why not use the known .Net DateTime data type.
One of the reasons (i guess) is that these fields are saved in the _MSCRM database synced to UTC
and whenever these fields are requested by any Utility, the CRM adds or subtracts the offset required by the time zone of the user (context) requesting the field.
This way the crm can represent the date,...
Monday, September 6, 2010
My name is Moti Mendelovich and I am dev team leader at Agile business solutions.
One of the features that Microsoft CRM 4.0 is missing, is the ability to filter lookups. You can't, for example, set a lookup to account to show only companies that has "agile" on their name.
Over time, several solutions were presented to this problem, but they were all too weak, too obtrusive (harmful to CRM's default behavior - usually by changing aspx file) or ones that costs money
Agile developed a solution that is utilizing the CRM plug-in mechanism. We chose to publish this solution as open source, so the CRM community could...