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Error when trying to configure the CRM 2015 Outlook client

Error: CrmSqlCeConnection::ExecuteInNewConnection() Unexpected Exception: System.ServiceModel.FaultException`1Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.OrganizationServiceFault: Therre must be one and only one Organization record (Fault Detail is equal to Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.OrganizationServiceFault). Cause: This can be caused because of a duplicate Organization entry in the OrganizationBase table in the OrgDB If you have imported an organization from within the same deployment this could happen.

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Error when trying to configure the CRM 2015 Outlook client

July 7, 2015 · Niran Belliappa · No Comments
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Error when trying to remove server roles in Dynamics CRM 2013

Error: Failure: The current user does not have required permissions (read/write) for the following Active Directory group: CN=ReportingGroup 94a899b0-954f-447d-86c9-7ac7bd0a081d,OU=CRM 2013,OU=Applications,DC=corp,DC=erac,DC=com Cause: The user does not have the required permissions. Solution: Provide Full Control permission for the user running the setup.

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July 7, 2015 · Niran Belliappa · No Comments
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#GPPT Welcome to the GP Power Tools Public Beta

Vaidhyanathan Mohan:

#MSDYNGP #GPPT David has released GP Power Tools public beta. Fun time ahead.

Originally posted on David Musgrave’s Winthrop Development Consultants Blog:

David Meego - Click for blog homepageToday, I am announcing a free public beta of GP Power Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP versions 11.0 (GP 2010), 12.0 (GP 2013) and 14.0 (GP 2015).

As you know, I have been working extremely hard on getting GP Power Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP ready for release and now it is time to get some feedback.

GP Power Tools is the next generation replacement for the Support Debugging Tool.

Read on for more details …

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July 7, 2015 · Vaidyanathan Mohan · No Comments
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Telegram Messenger Groups for Microsoft Dynamics

I have created a few Telegram Messenger groups for various Microsoft Dynamics technologies for increasing efficient collaboration among the community folks. This was created as I was thinking of an different kind of platform apart from communities to interact with the community members.

With the growing demand and social media insight, I decided to use one of the social media networking tool to create a community for Microsoft Dynamics. The reason for choosing Telegram (as against Whatsapp) is that people can join with the help of a link and it does not require an administrator to add people to the network. Also, we can chat from mobiles/laptops/desktops/tablets etc across different platforms and completely free, on the cloud and better encryption of the data… :)

Please join these communities and benefit by closely interacting with community members and experts in a much closer and faster environment.

Dynamics CRM – https://telegram.me/joinchat/03c8251701789591eb82b4fc9a12fd1a
Dynamics AX – https://telegram.me/joinchat/03c825170217e70b86e09b0352d76ae7
Dynamics NAV – https://telegram.me/joinchat/03c82517017e1a6aa560bdab6c33cfa5
Dynamics GP – https://telegram.me/joinchat/03c8251700a58651a367ed1b9bffc707

Looking forward for your participation in these groups and increased collaboration in the communities…

July 6, 2015 · veeyeskay · No Comments
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Field Level Security can crash Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Web Client

David Meego - Click for blog homepageWhile working on testing GP Power Tools, I had to investigate an issue with GP Power Tools running on the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Web Client, and discovered a bug which can crash the web client.

The problem I was seeing was just by having GP Power Tools installed, the web client would crash after login or when opening the first window. Note that this issue is resolved now.

I spent some time analysing the GP Power Tools code and tracking the flow of the scripts by adding warning statements into the code until I was able to narrow down the feature that was causing the crash.

Further investigation allowed me to identify the actual script causing the problem and finally, I was able to locate the actual line of code. The reason it was harder than normal to locate the issue was that the code in question was dynamically created pass-through Dexterity sanScript code executed in the context of the runtime engine’s Dex.dic dictionary.

To access more detailed dictionary resource information than available via the Resource_ function library commands, GP Power Tools and in particular the Resource Explorer window use the Script Explorer window in the Dexterity runtime engine. Dexterity developers will be familiar with the window which has part of the script debugger and is used when opening or debugging scripts.

ScriptExplorer

The techniques using this window were published in my 2001 conference session Pushing the Limits with Dexterity. For more information see the Cross Dictionary Dexterity Development article on my old blog.

The error was caused by the line of code that opened the Script Explorer form in a script that would retrieve a list of windows for a specified form in a dictionary.

I knew that the Field Level Security feature included with Dynamics GP (which I originally developed as Omni Field Security) has a similar Resource Explorer window. So I tested that window and it seemed to work fine.

Then I noticed that my script closed the Script Explorer form before opening it and wondered if the issue was not opening the Script Explorer, but re-opening it after it had been closed.

The Resource Explorer window in GP Power Tools and the one in Field Level Security also closed the Script Explorer window when the Resource Explorer form is closed.

So I tested the theory and closed Field Level Security (and so the Resource Explorer and in turn the Script Explorer) and then re-opened Field Level Security (which opens the Resource Explorer and the Script Explorer) and boom. It crashed with the following error:

A server side exception of type “ArgumentException” has occurred.

WebClientError

I have since updated GP Power Tools to never close the Script Explorer window and just to initialise it when it is needed. This has resolved the crashing problem.

However, if you open and close Field Level Security and then re-open it, you can cause the web client to crash. It might not happen every time, but be aware that using Field Level Security more than once per web client session could be risky.

Note: While trying to reproduce the error to get the screenshots for this article, it took a few goes before the web client crashed.

If you are game, try it and let me know (via the comments) if you can replicate. Maybe it is just my install. If the session does crash, make sure you clean up the stranded session using End Task with Task Manager.

TaskManager

Also don’t forget to log back in as the same user and company to clean up the activity tracking records.

David

PS: I have also reported this issue to Microsoft and they will investigate it.

This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.

Filed under: 2015, Dynamics, GP, Microsoft Tagged: Application, Exception, GP 2015

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July 2, 2015 · WinthropDC · No Comments
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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 not showing Service Enabled Procedures

David Meego - Click for blog homepageIt has been a while since I last posted on the blog. I have been working flat out to finalize the GP Power Tools code and documentation. All I can say is that the Microsoft Dynamics GP community will be amazed with some of the new features and will love the improvements above and beyond the Support Debugging Tool. I will be starting a “What’s New” in GP Power Tools series of posts soon.

Anyhow, the subject of today’s post is an issue in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 that I discovered while testing the GP Power Tools code.

The Security Task Entry window can be used to add access rights for Service Enabled Procedures in any of the product dictionaries.  Just select the Security Task ID and then select the product, Type as Service Enabled Procedures and the series.

SecurityTaskEntry2Security Task Entry working

All seems working as expected…. until you create a modified forms dictionary for that product, by going into the Modifier. You don’t have to make any changes, the existence of the forms dictionary is all that is needed. Now the Service Enabled Procedures for that product no longer show up.

SecurityTaskEntry1
Security Task Entry no longer showing Service Enabled Procedures

As I have very similar code in the new Script Explorer window in GP Power Tools, I was seeing the same behaviour. This is what sparked the investigation into what was happening.

I tested the code that reads the dictionary and it is able to see the list of global procedures in the dictionary fine, but the check to see if the script is Service Enabled with the Script_GetSystemProperty() function fails to return the any data and so no scripts can be identified as Service Enabled.

I have reported this issue to Microsoft.  In the meantime, if you need to set security to Service Enabled Procedures, temporarily rename the custom forms dictionaries and re-launch Microsoft Dynamics GP.

David

This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.

Filed under: 2015, Dynamics, GP, Microsoft Tagged: Application, Exception, GP 2015

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June 30, 2015 · WinthropDC · No Comments
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Changing themes in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015

Hi Folks, Hope you have explored the new options available in CRM 2015. One of the coolest features is changing the themes and the logo. This post will help you to quickly understand how to change the themes in CRM online: Navigate to Settings – Customizations.

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June 25, 2015 · turlapativishnu · No Comments
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