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Hopefully by following this video, you get an idea how to take advantage of the OData feed and what are some challenges and workarounds when working with this type of project.
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This blog post is about remote configuration of settings in Windows server environment related to the Dynamics CRM front-end server installation.
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I had actually a few different types of challenges in deploying the package to the production server from development environment. It took me a while to find out a solution to these, so I thought that it might be helpful for others struggling with the same issues to write out a small blog post
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Some time ago we agreed with one of our customers that we will discontinue implementing the CRM reporting using the good old SSRS. We started looking for modern data analyzing and reporting tools out there. A few reasons led us to familiarize ourselves with the Microsoft Power BI. One of the reasons was that it looked quite simple to combine data from several different types of data sources and present the data in modern reporting view.