I was recently working on a Field Service functionality demo, where I had to demonstrate the Field Service mobile app, with additional Field Service entities like Work Orders, Agreements and Bookable Resources to be set up using the mobile device.
As we needed the Resco MobileCRM Woodford Solution to be deployed in CRM Online, I downloaded the trial solution from the link below.
Once downloading and installing this Solution for Dynamics CRM 2016 Online Update 1, I tried to go to Settings >> MobileCRM >> Woodford and access the MobileCRM Woodford setting.
It immediately promoted me with an error as shown below.
Ideally the system should prompt you with a screenshot to increase the isolated storage for Silverlight as shown below.
However, I was getting the same error message irrespective of the browser used.
On doing some troubleshooting, I was running the browser in InPrivate mode and I realized that this setting was causing the issue.
I tried to run the browser in the normal mode, and I was able to set the isolated storage setting properly and go ahead with configuring the Field Service Mobile app using the settings as explained in the article below.
Hope this helps.
from Dynamics PTS Team Blog http://bit.ly/2ePAr0H
Following an exciting launch, we announced and published the Dynamics 365 public roadmap. The roadmap covers both Enterprise and Business Editions of Dynamics 365.
Check out the public roadmap here (roadmap.dynamics.com).
Why should prospects, customers, and partners care?
The publicly accessible roadmap site enables a real-time view into our available and planned product capabilities. With this site, we can more effectively endorse commitment of new and upcoming features that improve our competitive advantage in a repeatable and predictable manner to our prospects as well as build trust with our customer as they plan future investments in Dynamics 365.
What Applications are covered in the product roadmap?
- Dynamics 365 for Sales
- Dynamics 365 for Project Service Automation
- Dynamics 365 for Customer Service
- Dynamics 365 for Field Service
- Dynamics 365 for Operations
- Dynamics 365 for Financials
from Dynamics PTS Team Blog http://bit.ly/2f97E88
Last month we unveiled and provided a first look at Dynamics 365, showing off the capabilities our customers can expect from our latest generation of intelligent business applications. Today, we are excited to announce that Dynamics 365 is generally available.
The first thing users will see with Dynamics 365 is that we are bringing our business applications closer together in how they look, feel and integrate with each other. To better enable end-to-end business processes, we have unified the navigation and core user experience across each of the Dynamics 365 applications. It remains clean, beautiful, and familiar and it gives you the ability to seamlessly move from one application to another without switching windows.
And when a user logs into Dynamics 365, the home-screen will show you all the Business Apps and information relevant to you or your role. With one click, users can connect to Microsoft AppSource, quickly and easily locating the most relevant capabilities from hundreds of precisely curated additional business apps enabled by our partners.
Simple, consistent navigation is only the beginning. Dynamics 365 delivers significant new capabilities across all application areas, moving our proven industry leading in-market solutions to the next level:
- Dynamics 365 for Sales adds new social selling capabilities enabling people to share knowledge and participate in social conversations, find and connect with new companies and people to generate new leads. In addition, gamification is moving from preview to global general availability. It will expand beyond sales scenarios to help teams across the entire organization collaborate and compete in fun, engaging contests. With highly visible contest results, users are motivated to perform their best for themselves and their teams, leading to increased performance, productivity, and adoption.
- Dynamics 365 for Customer Service, helps agents use relevance search to quickly find related content and use faceting to filter to the right record. Agents are now able to edit records directly in a grid while respecting the business rules for the entity.
- Dynamics 365 for Field Service, helps organizations improve resource productivity by enabling service organizations to fit in more appointments each day by automatically optimizing technician schedules to minimize driving distance between appointments. Connectivity with IoT is now seamlessly integrated at the platform level enabling connected device signals received to initiate many business processes, such as automatically dispatching a technician for preventative maintenance, as well as the ability to send back commands directly from within the application, for example resetting a sensor.
- Dynamics 365 for Project Service Automation, enables unified resource scheduling and service billing experiences, allowing organizations to leverage scarce resources and skillsets not only across field and project-based services, but any source of resource demand.
- Dynamics 365 for Operations, the evolution of Dynamics AX on Azure, is our complete business management solution with industry capabilities around Retail, Distribution, Manufacturing, Public Sector and Service industries, across the spectrum of backend operations into Financials for upper mid-market and larger customers. With this update, Dynamics 365 for Operations will add country specific versions of the app for 18 new markets. Also, as announced last month, we will provide a Cloud Connected on-premises deployment option (available in first half of 2017), with all the inherent benefits of the cloud. The Fall update adds a Vendor Collaboration portal to streamline key processes including Invoicing, a reimagined approach to Cost Accounting, enhanced deployment options for Retail store environments, out of the box support for US Payroll, including Affordable Care Act Reporting, and myriad additional functional enhancements across the product.
- Dynamics 365 for Financials, our comprehensive business management solution for small- to midsize- businesses (SMBs), that has generated tremendous excitement through its public preview program as Project “Madeira” is now also generally available, delivering everything SMBs that have outgrown their basic accounting software require, powered by the Microsoft cloud.
The general availability of Microsoft Dynamics 365 is an important milestone. We are incredibly excited to get it into the hands of our partners and customers to enable them to better engage with their customers, empower their employees, optimize their operations and transform their products, services and business. We can’t wait to see how these applications empower you to achieve more. Please let us hear about your success.
from Dynamics PTS Team Blog http://bit.ly/2f1SUu2
Cumulative Update 13 includes all application and platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016. The cumulative update is intended mainly for solutions that are experiencing the problems described in the Knowledge Base article linked to below. However, you are advised to always keep your solution updated with the latest cumulative…
from Dynamics NAV Team Blog http://bit.ly/2fmm1ql
Cumulative Update 25 includes all application and platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015. The cumulative update is intended mainly for solutions that are experiencing the problems described in the Knowledge Base article linked to below. However, you are advised to always keep your solution updated with the latest cumulative…
from Dynamics NAV Team Blog http://bit.ly/2f1B8aq
Cumulative Update 37 includes all application and platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2. The cumulative update is intended mainly for solutions that are experiencing the problems described in the Knowledge Base article linked to below. However, you are advised to always keep your solution updated with the latest…
from Dynamics NAV Team Blog http://bit.ly/2fL1sXA
Cumulative Update 44 includes all application and platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013. The cumulative update is intended mainly for solutions that are experiencing the problems described in the Knowledge Base article linked to below. However, you are advised to always keep your solution updated with the latest cumulative…
from Dynamics NAV Team Blog http://bit.ly/2elcMUW
Let’s talk about the new opportunities that Dynamics NAV 2017 brings. Developing Extensions Dynamics NAV 2017 includes many new capabilities for developing extensions: Support for additional object types You can include reports, XMLports, and queries in your extension along with new custom report templates. For more information, see Extension Packages Capability Support Matrix. Support for .NET…
from Dynamics NAV Team Blog http://bit.ly/2flozoO
With Dynamics NAV 2017, we bring user assistance and developer docs to new platforms that makes updates and collaboration far easier than ever before. In this blog post, we’ll explain what this move means to you, and we’ll invite you to join us in our travel towards a new world. Developer and IT-pro documentation With…
from Dynamics NAV Team Blog http://bit.ly/2fiER3F
On behalf of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 engineering team, I am pleased to announce the release of a white paper, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Service Pack 1 Performance Benchmark on Azure (IaaS) which is currently available for download, from the Microsoft Download Center. It is one of the publications, as promised in the Dynamics 365 Team blog a few weeks ago.
This whitepaper provides a benchmark for performance of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 SP1 and explains the configuration, topology, optimizations, data profile, and test workload used. It also demonstrates the scalability and performance of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 SP1 on standard “off the shelf” Azure Virtual Machines. We believe that this whitepaperwill benefit a significant number of enterprises that are still considering or evaluating to migrate their on-premises CRM instances to cloud.
We’d like to recognize the efforts of Matt Brown, Grant Geiszler, Brandon Kelly, Aditya Varma, Matt Peart and the broader CRM Product Group for contributing to and reviewing this paper to help ensure its completeness and accuracy.
We would love to hear your feedback.
from Microsoft Dynamics 365 Team blog http://bit.ly/2eFyNia