Thursday, December 31, 2009
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 in 24 Hours (Paperback) by Anne A. Stanton.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 Integration Unleashed (Paperback)
Special Edition Using Microsoft CRM (Paperback)
The CRM Handbook: A Business Guide to Customer Relationship Management (Paperback)
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
I recieved an email of Neal Houston if I want to post an article on the difference between Microsoft's Dynamics products.
If Google search results indicate the popularity of a topic, then there is clearly a lot of confusion over Microsoft's Dynamics products. A search for "the difference between Microsoft dynamics" returns 36,800 results!So with the recent launch of their ERP software service, Software Advice decided to shed some light on the Dynamics product family. Their article, "Microsoft Dynamics for Manufacturing – Understanding the Difference Between GP, NAV, SL and AX," explains how each product has evolved over the years and naturally become popular among certain industries and businesses. Check it out.
Please leave your comment because I'm curious on what my other colleagues think of this.
The Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Software Development Kit (SDK) is for developers, system customizers, and report writers. This SDK documentation contains information for developers writing server side code, custom business logic, integration modules, workflow assemblies, and plug-ins. It provides an architectural overview of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, the entity model, security model, and Web services. Sample code and walkthroughs are provided to guide you through the new features. It also contains information for developers customizing the Web client or Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Microsoft Office Outlook, including scripting, integration of custom Web pages, sample code, and a detailed user interface style guide. In addition to the documentation, this download package includes the projects for all sample code found in the documentation, and full featured samples that are not included in the documentation. The package includes a visual style guide you can use to make your customizations fit in smoothly, and a style sheet you can use as a basis for your work. There are also tools and helper code provided in this package. Look for regular updates to this SDK!November 10, 2009 - Updated the assemblies in the Bin folder. Use these updated assemblies instead of the ones in the previous release of SDK 4.0.10.If you need assemblies or schema files prior to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Update Rollup 7 and the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online November 2009 Service Update, you can download the SDK 4.0.9 from this location: http://download.microsoft.com/download/D/E/C/DECA6FF2-2683-4E7A-B9A2-1CEB8AF971AE/CrmSdk4.0.9.exe
For downloading version 4.0.11, please click here.