Errol Schoenfish, Director Product Marketing, Microsoft confirms his attendance at Advantage’s “Microsoft Business Briefing”
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Tips & Tricks – Advanced Find and a N:N (many to many) relationships in Dynamics CRM
If you come across the issue where you are using an Advanced Find in Dynamics CRM and you need to reference a N:N relationship in your criteria or output and it’s not there, then don’t despair!
Here’s an example to show you how to expose this related entity:
We have a new entity called clubs and it has a N:N relationship to contacts (renamed people in our example) as members of that club.
Advantage Business Systems attended Microsoft Convergence again this year, Mark Howe and I made the trip to Atlanta along with around 12,000 other attendees – Microsoft partners and end users.
Convergence has traditionally been the Dynamics event – AX, NAV, GP, SL and CRM, originally starting as the Great Plains event many years ago and expanding to the other products over time. Convergence provides an opportunity to hear from Microsoft what their plans are for the products moving forwards. Many of the ISVs who create add-ons for the Dynamics products attend and have a booth in the expo area where attendees can catch up with them and their plans for their products.
Changes and updates to the navigation will enable your team to move around the User Interface more quickly and intuitively. Specific enhancements include:
- The Sales, Service, Marketing and Settings work areas are easier to move between
- Work items are now displayed beneath the work area selected, enabling faster discovery of things like dashboard, accounts and cases.
- The new shortcuts to recent work lets you quickly see the records and views you most recently accessed so that you can jump directly to those items as needed