Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 – Release Preview Guide is now available!

Bob Stutz posted a blog today highlighting the release of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Release Preview Guide!  I recommend that you check out his blog post here and then download the Release Preview Guide for complete details!

We are planning to continuously update this Get ready for the next release site with all the latest information and links to white papers to prepare for CRM 2013.  The white papers to prepare for the CRM Online update and CRM Onpremise upgrade were just posted, so be sure to check them out.

Onpremise: How to Prepare for the Upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013

Online: How to Prepare for the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Fall '13 Service Update

The Dynamics CRM Premier Field Engineering team is very excited for CRM 2013 and all the new features and functionality discussed in the CRM 2013 Release Preview Guide. 

We are busy building out new CRM 2013 packaged services and deliveries, so let us know if you are interested in any Workshops, Webcasts, or any other related services.

If you would like to have another Microsoft PFE or I visit your company and assist with the ideas presented on our blog, contact your Microsoft Premier Technical Account Manager (TAM) for booking information.  For more information about becoming a Microsoft Premier customer email, tell them CRMInTheField or I sent you.

Shawn Dieken

Microsoft Premier Field Engineer

Comments (2)

  1. John says:


    It's a great job.

    I'm trying to upgrade CRM for 2011 to CRM 2013

    I used "Custom Code Validation Tool" and getting error with  some java scripts files :

    ObjectId and ObjectTypeCode, Here is sample :

      blog.ObjectId = Object();

               blog.ObjectId.LogicalName =;

               blog.ObjectId.Id =;

     attachment.ObjectTypeCode = "entityname";

    Someone can help me?

    Thank you for all!

  2. Thanks @John, we'd require a little more context around this. The custom code validation tool is something that uses regex to find various matches and highlight potential supportability issues.  It's possible this is highlighted as a false positive – what type of issue is it flagging this code as?  

    Regarding support, if you're a premier customer please engage your Microsoft TAM and you can have someone from our team give you a call.  Otherwise we have support via the phone support queues as well – be sure to code your case as "SDK Support".  



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