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MS CRM workflow: use unsigned assemblies
There is no need to use strong named assemblies in your MS CRM workflow processes. If you want to use unsigned assemblies, you just have to add allowunsignedassemblies to the root element of workflow.config: <workflow.config xmlns="http://microsoft.com... allowunsignedassemblies="tr... Of course this is mentioned in the SDK. But since people keep asking this in newsgroups, I thought I could point it out here for those who don't know. Hf ;-) ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 26, 2006 12:28 PM

MSCRM 3.0 + Reporting Services + Cannot create a connection to data source + rsProcessingAborted + rsErrorOpeningConnection
When you open Reports from within MS CRM 3.0 after installation, it is possible to receive an error stating something like "An error has occurred during report processing. (rsProcessingAborted) Cannot create a connection to data source 'xxx'. (rsErrorOpeningConnection)". The solution to this error is not easy because there are many possible reasons. Since I encountered this error several times now, I developed a solution strategy that works for me. Since there are also other peoples encountering ......

Posted On Friday, April 21, 2006 9:46 AM

How to manipulate Lookup fields in CRM URL addressable forms from another window
CRM has a quite cool feature that can save you a lot of programming: URL addressable forms. If you want to let users create or update records, you can use the CRM standard forms. The only thing you have to do: open an new window with the specific URL. If you want to edit a record, you only have to append the id of the specific record. In edition you are able to manipulate every form field in the new window and pre-fill them. (I do not mention x-domain-scripting here). If you want to manipulate lookup ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 18, 2006 10:05 AM

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