Category Archives: CRM On Premise

Scribe Custom Query Filter – Yesterday and Tomorrow Functions


One of my favorite Scribe Insight capabilities is the Custom Query for Microsoft Dynamics CRM adapter.  Custom Query option in the Configure Source dialog box enables you to filter the source data, select a subset of fields from an object, … Continue reading

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CRM 2013 Dashboard Design Difference for Outlook Client and Web Client


I had an interesting design observation while working on a Microsoft CRM project – the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 or CRM Online Dashboard behavior has slight differences between the CRM Outlook Client and Web Client. One of the differences that … Continue reading

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JavaScript to Set IFRAME in Microsoft CRM 2013 and CRM for Tablets


One of my clients asked to embed an IFrame in a CRM Account Form with a URL containing a specific Query String value from one of the Account record fields.  This is a pretty straight forward JavaScript.  The CRM JavaScript … Continue reading

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WIF Error – Scribe CRM Adapter installation


Today I’d encountered the “Microsoft Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) is required…” error message while trying to install the latest Scribe Adapter for Microsoft Dynamics CRM v5.5 which supports connecting to Microsoft CRM 4.0, 2011, and 2013 plus CRM Online. I’d … Continue reading

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CRM 2013: How to remove Business Process Flow


Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 comes out of the box with three system created Business Process Flows, one for Case, Lead and Opportunity.  They are activated and ready for use. All existing CRM Cases, Leads, and Opportunities are defaulted to these … Continue reading

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CRM 2013 – How to include Contact’s Middle Name field in the Flyout


Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 allows an option for “flyout” – a composite field that displays the multiple fields that are associated with fields such as CRM Contact’s Fullname or Address.  In the case for Contact’s Name – it will display … Continue reading

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