Link# episode 2, Microsot Dynamics CRM 3.0 related links

all about Microsot Dynamics CRM 3.0:

  • Embedding Maps in CRM Forms

    Let’s add a map to the CRM form in an iframe and see where they are! This is actually really simple and all it requires is one HTML page and some changes in the form editor.

  • Speed Racer – Call CRM at speeds that would impress even Trixie!

    The other day I was doing a bit of testing to find the fastest way to make rapid calls to CRM Web Services. The truth of the matter is that when you are calling CRM Web Services you are pretty much down to the metal; so the only places I found to make optimizations were at the .NET Web Service Request level and at the server level. The good news is that with a few very easy tweaks you can improve rapid CRM calls by almost 50%!

  • Getting inside Microsoft CRM – Part I

    We will write our own CRM-host to get inside CRM and get access to the internal CRM-object model at runtime. This is fairly easy.

  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 List Web Part

    The List Web Part for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 provides a subset of the Microsoft CRM record list functionality. It allows users to view Microsoft CRM records as a list from a SharePoint dashboard, open records in Microsoft CRM 3.0 from the list, and connect Microsoft CRM Web Parts to filter different lists.

  • Easy Microsoft CRM 3.0 data access using RSS

    Learn how you can combine Microsoft CRM and RSS technologies to set up dynamic business data feeds.

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~ by Matteo on August 15, 2006.

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