Onto new challenges

Almost 4 years ago I started an amazing journey with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM team. That journey will end next week when I transition to the SharePoint Developer Experience team. It has been an amazing ride with the CRM folks and I’m confident that CRM 2011 will be a killer product. While folks have all…

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Setting a minimum runtime version for your solutions

If you have a CRM solution and want to ensure that users installing it have the required runtime version there is an easy way to enforce that. Just set the minimumversion to the build number that you require. You have to manually edit the solution.xml file that is inside the .zip package generated by CRM, there is no…

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Accessing CRM forms from Silverlight Web Resources

CRM 2011 allows developers to natively use Silverlight applications to extend the user experience. One of the main use cases for Silverlight apps is to embed them into CRM forms to provide extended controls or visualizations.  While natural for experienced Silverlight developers, CRM developers might get a bit puzzled at first on how to talk…

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