Automated UI testing API for Dynamics 365

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Overview

The purpose of this library is to provide Dynamics customers the ability to facilitate automated UI testing for their projects. These API’s provide an easy to use set of commands that make setting up UI testing quick and easy. The functionality provided covers the core CRM commands that end users would perform on a typical workday and working to extend that coverage to more functionality. Continue reading “Automated UI testing API for Dynamics 365”

{In Depth} Power BI and Dynamics CRM on-premise–When and how it works?

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Microsoft has been focusing recently in Cloud First Strategy for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Every new cool feature you name, you see it in online first. However as with everything, when you focus heavily on one side, some aspects always gets neglected. And big on-premise customers are at the receiving end recently for this. Believe me as a consultant, I am faced every now and then with the perennial question from my on-premise customers – “When is that feature coming in on-premise?” And many a times I don’t have an answer as well. That the same product has some features which is not present their version of CRM is something very difficult to convince a customer.

Same is the Power BI integration with Dynamics CRM. Just talking of Power BI, it’s a awesome product. And it feels really great when something like this works with Dynamics CRM. And with dynamics CRM…

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Citizen Integrator – Microsoft Flow and Dynamics 365

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Yesterday at Melbourne Microsoft Dynamics 365 User Group meeting Bill Chesnut (Azure MVP) delivered a much valuable talk “Citizen Integrator – Microsoft Flow and Dynamics 365”.

From some basic to latest updates around Flow were covered. Luckily Bill has shared his talk and slides. There is slight buzz in background but it is still good.

Video:  http://www.sixpivot.com/sixpivotblog/

Slides: https://www.biztalkbill.com/wp-content/plugins/download-attachments/includes/download.php?id=9552

Enjoy

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Get complete trace through multiple level plugins

 

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While extending MSD CRM with complicated business requirements, we write many plugins; one plugin triggers from another plugin’s create or update. In such a scenarios if one of child plugin breaks then it will provide only current plugins trace, it’s very hard to analyse that particular scenario or replicate that same scenario in Dev environment without the proper trace.  if we develop with normal plugin sample it won’t generates that all trace from various different plugins, it will provide only one plugin’s trace where it actually got a break.  Continue reading “Get complete trace through multiple level plugins”