Bio – Reuben Krippner


Reuben Krippner has been working with Microsoft Dynamics CRM since the 1.2 release. He joined Microsoft in December 2004 as the first Microsoft Consulting Services Dynamics CRM consultant in the UK (although he is a proud Australian!) and delivered a number of projects for a range of customers and industries. In 2006 he switched to a partner role looking after sales and technical readiness for UK Microsoft Dynamics CRM partners. In 2008 he relocated to Redmond to work on the product team as a senior product planning manager.


Reuben works as part of Brad Wilson’s CRM product group and liaises with the CRM development organization to help shape the future of Microsoft Dynamics CRM.


When not in the office, Reuben likes any sport but special mention goes to the great outdoors (hike and mountain bike in Summer and snowboards – badly in Winter), triathlons (just completed his first half-ironman) and chills out with a book or a movie.

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  37. Irfan Yar says:

    Hi,

    I did the same for auditing of opportunity records, i then exported the customization of the workflow and the custom entity that will hold the audit record. on publishing this xml on another CRM server i got an exception that says "Crm object not found, transactioncurrencyid "some guid" is not found"

    can you please help?

    irfanyar@gmail.com

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  39. Mark Allen says:

    HI Reuben

    I read your post on setting up workflows to do auditing in CRM

    https://community.dynamics.com/blogs/cscrmblog/comments/3953.aspx

    I have pretty simple requiremetns, and maybe the auditing is overkill but maybe not.  I need to track the changes – including keeping the history – of status of leads (leadqualitycode) for specific periods of time, e.g., 30 days, 2 weeks, any time frame.

    is there an easier way to do this?

    thanks

    Mark