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Adding Business Logic to your Dynamics 365 Forms

JavaScript and Business Rules

Are you considering a new project with Dynamics 365 or looking to upgrade from an old version of Dynamics CRM/AX?  In Dynamics 365, both JavaScript and Business Rules allow you to add business logic to your forms.  For example, conditionally hiding fields or enforcing field requirements.

They both work in a variety of environments outside of the native Dynamics 365 web browser version, including Dynamics 365 for tablets and even the Dynamics 365 Outlook app (online or offline mode).  However, you should be aware of some recognized differences and limitations of each.

Dynamics 365 – Mobile Controls Part 3: OptionSets, SubGrids, and Multimedia Controls

Here at Beringer, we strive to stay ahead of the curve on new developments with the Microsoft Dynamics platform. In this fast-paced technical climate, it is crucial to stay knowledgeable about upcoming changes in tech. As CRM transitions to the new Dynamics 365 platform, there are plenty of new features to keep us busy. Today, I’d like to show you an exciting new set of Mobile Controls in Dynamics 365.

Complex Integration Scheduling with Scribe Online

If you are tasked with integrating data, then you know there are a wide variety of challenges that you must overcome. I’ve integrated data into Microsoft Dynamics CRM from many disparate systems in my career, which typically involves pulling data from a live system. The key word is “live”, because I’ve seen some strange scheduling requests from IT administrators to work around their maintenance schedules.

Dynamics 365 – Mobile Controls Part 2: Text Fields

Here at Beringer, we strive to stay ahead of the curve on new developments with the Microsoft Dynamics platform. In this fast-paced technical climate, it is crucial to stay knowledgeable about upcoming changes in tech. As CRM transitions to the new Dynamics 365 platform, there are plenty of new features to keep us busy. Today, I’d like to show you an exciting new set of Mobile Controls in Dynamics 365.

Dynamics 365 – Mobile Controls Part 1: Numeric Fields

Here at Beringer, we strive to stay ahead of the curve on new developments with the Microsoft Dynamics platform. In this fast-paced technical climate, it is crucial to stay knowledgeable about upcoming changes in tech. As CRM transitions to the new Dynamics 365 platform, there are plenty of new features to keep us busy. Today, I’d like to show you an exciting new set of Mobile Controls in Dynamics 365 for numeric fields!

Dynamics 365 – Custom Icons for Views

Beringer Associates is always looking for new and innovative ways to make Microsoft Dynamics CRM work for you and your business.  With the new Dynamics 365 December 2016 updates finally here, there are plenty of new and exciting features to explore.  One enhancement I’d like to show you today will be the Custom Icons available to System Customizers and Developers for Entity Views.

Upgrade to Dynamics 365 – Part 2

Previously, we introduced the top 3 questions asked when considering an upgrade to Dynamics 365  (when, licensing, and new features). In conclusion, we identify key items needed for a full upgrade path:
Update Custom Components, Code and Migrate Data
An admin or developer may need to update your custom components, to ensure compatibility with the latest release.

Dynamics 365: Customizing Editable Grids

Here at Beringer, we strive to stay ahead of the curve on new developments with the Microsoft Dynamics platform. In this fast-paced technical climate, it is crucial to stay knowledgeable about upcoming changes in tech. As CRM transitions to the new Dynamics 365 platform, there are plenty of new features to keep us busy. Today, I’d like to show you an exciting new SubGrid Control in Dynamics 365 to create Editable Grids