Creating Solutions: A Custom CRM Usage Log


Philip Richardson has created and blogged about a solution that creates an log of CRM usage. Typically such a log is used to monitor adoption (ie. have you herded your cats into the barn?). In a series of blog posts he takes you through the process of developing the solution and the deployment package.



Part 1: http://www.philiprichardson.org/blog/post.aspx?id=180


Part 2: http://www.philiprichardson.org/blog/post.aspx?id=182


Part 3: http://www.philiprichardson.org/blog/post.aspx?id=183


Part 4: http://www.philiprichardson.org/blog/post.aspx?id=184


Part 5: http://www.philiprichardson.org/blog/post.aspx?id=186


This is an example of taking an often requested feature and turning it into a solution.


JaAG

Comments (7)

  1. JackyMooll says:

    Who can help me with .httpaccess ?

    where i can fined full information about .httpaccess file syntaxis?

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  3. Deepak Virdi says:

    These links are broken .

    Please resolve it.

  4. Deepak Virdi says:

    Hi Philip,

    These links are broken.

    Please resolve this issue ASAP.

  5. Jerome says:

    Hi guys, the 'working links' don't work either; getting "Warning! Domain mapping upgrade for this domain not found. Please log in and go to the Domains Upgrades page of your blog to use this domain." message.

  6. Michael Mayo says:

    Hi – I'm getting the same warning and not able to view the information. Can anyone update the links or point to another source containing the same info? We're looking for an alternative to IIS logging to audit record reads as in the "Custom CRM Usage" section of blogs.msdn.com/…/crm-usage-reporting-unleashed.aspx.

    Thanks!

    Michael D. Mayo