Dynamics XRM Tools brings you a quality range of applications that provide a useful set of features to enhance your experience while using and developing against Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. The toolset consists of a Silverlight application framework that provides a central location for accessing the tools and you simply import the managed solution into CRM to begin working with it. Find the tool at Codeplex and don’t forget to leave feedback so we can improve this for everyone. http://dynamicsxrmtools.codeplex.com/
Currently available tools include
OData Query Designer
Trace Tool (on premise only)
About Dynamics XRM Tools
The Dynamics XRM Tools project provides a modular framework for hosting Silverlight applications within a single shell.
A joint effort started by Rhett Clinton MVP and CRM Guru Ramon Tebar has produced an extensible application framework that allows additional tools to be developed and included as a part of the toolset. Rhett’s original CRM tools have been ported to the new framework (with enhancements) and additional tools have already been created with more in development.
Sometimes there are just too many labels for something and in this case we now have the Dynamics CRM 2011 Rollup 9 R8 Q2 Service Release CRM Anywhere BETA available, essentially Rollup 9. You can now test your code against multiple browsers and check out the latest Activity feeds features along with a bunch of other cool features coming in this major release.
Make sure you check out the updated SDK download if you are interested in the code side of things.
There are a number of critical updates available for the CRM 2011 Beta Server and Outlook client and if you haven’t accepted to have these downloaded automatically you can download them from here manually.
The CRM Team released an updated CRM 2011 Beta SDK download today. You can find the SDK download link here along with the Developer Videos or you can find it here under the Related Resources section of the CRM 2011 Beta download page.
Well the news is out, MS CRM 2011 Beta has arrived. You can read the Microsoft Press release here. Microsoft have delivered an exceptional product and I’m sure everyone who will be reviewing the CRM 2011 Beta will not be disappointed. Feature rich and overloaded with extras way beyond CRM 4. Check out the links below to find all the info you’ll need to get started.
For those of you that haven’t had a chance to play or get exposure with MSCRM 2011 there is a Live Meeting by Senior Technical Product Manager Eric Boocock on September 7th 2010 at 9am (PST) that you will not want to miss.
For those that missed this excellent presentation you can find it here.