Category Archives: Microsoft CRM Integration

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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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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Scribe Adapter for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 and Migrating CRM 4.0 to CRM Online 2013


Scribe Software has released the Scribe Adapter for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 5.5 on November 1st, 2013.  This latest version of the Microsoft CRM Adapter supports Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 or 2011 / 2013 and for all three deployment options – … Continue reading

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Account/Contact onload error after installing the ConnectorForMicrosoftDynamicsNav.zip Solution–NAV and CRM Integration


The past few weeks have been busy.  One of the interesting encounters that I had was with working on the Connector for Microsoft Dynamics – integrating MS CRM 2011 Online and Navision (NAV) 2009 R2.  The best part is that … Continue reading

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How to obtain the URL of a Microsoft CRM Form or View


I was working with one of our Microsoft CRM developers on a custom web application integrated with Microsoft Dynamics CRM for a customer today.  One design topic that came up was to put a web link on the results page that will display the list view … Continue reading

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