How to enable tracing in Microsoft Dynamics CRM

To overcome the standard (I want to pull my hair out) CRM error messages that are meant for everyday users’ you must be able to enable tracing. Review and bookmark the Microsoft support site here to learn how to enable tracing in Microsoft CRM. This has to be one of the most useful tools to have in your knowledge kit.

Custom Application in ISV Folder Not Working

One of the most common issues that I have found developers’ experiencing with custom applications not working when placed in the MSCRM ISV folder is when the httpModules section of the web.config does not include the <clear /> element. The <clear /> element prevents Microsoft CRM’s httpModules from trying to process the custom aspx pages.

<httpModules>
        <clear />
…your own module elements can go here still…
 </httpModules>

Latest Microsoft CRM 4.0 Rollup = 9

Microsoft CRM 4.0 Rollup 9 is here (11th Feb 2010) and information about all Rollups are here.

 Shall we hold a guessing competition with regards to the final Rollup number before MSCRM 5.0 is released.

Welcome to MSCRM Bing’d

I’m not big on words so, hello world! If you want to learn about Dynamics CRM or play with some cools tools you’ve come to the right place.