Page 323 of 695« First...102030...321322323324325...330340350...Last »

ASP.NET server controls overview

This article provides an introduction to the ASP.NET server
controls.

For additional ASP.NET overviews, refer to the following
Microsoft Knowledge Base article:

305140 

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/305140/EN-US/
)
INFO: ASP.NET Roadmap
The ASP.NET page framework includes a number of built-in
server controls that are designed to provide a more structured programming
model for the Web. These controls provide the following features:

  • Automatic state management.
  • Simple access to object values without having to use the Request object.
  • Ability to react to events in server-side code to create
    applications that are better structured.
  • Common approach to building user interfaces for Web
    pages.
  • Output is automatically customized based on the
    capabilities of the browser.

In addition to the built-in controls, the ASP.NET page
framework also provides the ability to create user controls and custom
controls. User controls and custom controls can enhance and extend existing
controls to build a much richer user interface.

HTML Server Controls

The HTML server controls are Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
elements that include a runat=server attribute. The HTML server controls have the same HTML output and
the same properties as their corresponding HTML tags. In addition, HTML server
controls provide automatic state management and server-side events. HTML server
controls offer the following advantages:

  • The HTML server controls map one to one with their
    corresponding HTML tags.
  • When the ASP.NET application is compiled, the HTML server
    controls with the runat=server attribute are compiled into the assembly.
  • Most controls include an OnServerEvent for the most commonly used event for the control. For example,
    the
    control has an OnServerClick event.
  • The HTML tags that are not implemented as specific HTML
    server controls can still be used on the server side; however, they are added
    to the assembly as HtmlGenericControl.
  • When the ASP.NET page is reposted, the HTML server controls
    keep their values.

The System.Web.UI.HtmlControls.HtmlControl base class contains all of the common properties. HTML server
controls derive from this class.

To use an HTML server control, use
the following syntax (which uses the HtmlInputText control as an example):


				

For more information about individual HTML server controls that are
available in ASP.NET, refer to the following Microsoft Web sites:

Web Server Controls

Web controls are very similar to the HTML server controls such as
Button, TextBox, and Hyperlink, except that Web controls have a standardized set of property
names. Web server controls offer the following advantages:

  • Make it easier for manufacturers and developers to build
    tools or applications that automatically generate the user
    interface.
  • Simplify the process of creating interactive Web forms,
    which requires less knowledge of how HTML controls work and make the task of
    using them less prone to errors.

The System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebControl base class contains all of the common properties. Most of the Web
server controls derive from this class.

To use a Web server control,
use the following syntax (which uses the TextBox control as an example):


				

Web server controls can be divided into four categories:

Basic Web Controls

Basic Web controls provide the same functionality as their HTML
server control counterparts. However, basic Web control include additional
methods, events, and properties against which you can program.

For more information about individual Web controls that are available in
ASP.NET, refer to the following Microsoft Web sites:

Validation Controls

Validation controls are used to validate the values that are
entered into other controls of the page. Validation controls perform
client-side validation, server-side validation, or both, depending on the
capabilities of the browser in which the page is displayed. Validation controls
offer the following advantages:

  • You can associate one or more validation controls with each
    control that you want to validate.
  • The validation is performed when the page form is
    submitted.
  • You can specify programmatically whether validation should
    occur, which is useful if you want to provide a cancel button so that the user
    can exit without having to fill valid data in all of the fields.
  • The validation controls automatically detect whether
    validation should be performed on the client side or the server
    side.

    Note A client-side validation catches errors before a postback operation is complete. Therefore, if you have combinations of client-side and server-side validation controls on a single page, the server-side validation will be preempted if a client-side validation fails.

For more information about individual validation controls that
are available in ASP.NET, refer to the following Microsoft Web sites:

List Controls

List controls are special Web server controls that support
binding to collections. You can use list controls to display rows of data in a
customized, templated format. All list controls expose DataSource and DataMember properties, which are used to bind to collections.

List
controls can bind only to collections that support the IEnumerable, ICollection, or IListSource interfaces. For example, a Microsoft Visual C# .NET sample page
appears as follows:

<%@ Page Language="C#" %>




	<%# Container.DataItem %>



				

A Microsoft Visual Basic .NET sample page appears as follows:

<%@ Page Language="vb" %>



	
   		<%# Container.DataItem %>
	


				

The output appears as follows:

one

two

three

For more information about individual list controls that are
available in ASP.NET, refer to the following Microsoft Web sites:

Rich Controls

In addition to the preceding controls, the ASP.NET page framework
provides a few, task-specific controls called rich controls. Rich controls are
built with multiple HTML elements and contain rich functionality. Examples of
rich controls are the Calendar control and the AdRotator control.

For more information about individual rich
controls that are available in ASP.NET, refer to the following Microsoft Web
sites:

User Controls

Often, you may want to reuse the user interface of your Web Form
without having to write any extra code. ASP.NET enables you to do this by
converting your Web Forms into user controls. User controls, which have the
.ascx file extension, can be used multiple times within a single Web
Form.

To convert a Web Form into a user control, follow these steps:

  1. Remove all ,, and

    tags.
  2. If the @ Page directive appears in the page, change it to @ Control.
  3. Include a className attribute in the @ Control directive so that the user control is typed strongly when you
    instantiate it.
  4. Give the control a descriptive file name, and change the
    file extension from .aspx to .ascx.

For more information about user controls, refer to the
following topic in the Microsoft .NET Framework Software Development Kit (SDK)
documentation:

Custom Controls

In addition to the built-in Web controls, ASP.NET also allows you
to create your own custom controls. It may be useful to develop custom controls
if you are faced with one of these scenarios:

  • You need to combine the functionality of two or more
    built-in Web controls.
  • You need to extend the functionality of a built-in
    control.
  • You need a control that is completely different than any of
    the controls that currently exist.

For more information about developing custom controls, refer to
the following topics in the .NET Framework SDK documentation:

See the original article here:
ASP.NET server controls overview

The year-end procedures delete any accounts that are marked as inactive if there is no history for these accounts in General Ledger in Microsoft Dynamics GP

Article ID: 843781 – Last Review: June 9, 2012 – Revision: 4.2

The year-end procedures delete any accounts that are marked as inactive if there is no history for these accounts in General Ledger in Microsoft Dynamics GP and in Microsoft Business Solutions – Great Plains.



APPLIES TO
  • Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0
  • Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0
  • Microsoft Business Solutions–Great Plains 8.0
  • General Ledger
kbexpertiseinter kbhowto kbinfo kbexpertisebeginner kbmbsmigrate KB843781

See the original article here:
The year-end procedures delete any accounts that are marked as inactive if there is no history for these accounts in General Ledger in Microsoft Dynamics GP

Error message when you start Report Writer in Microsoft Dynamics GP: "Unable to open REPORTS.DIC in read/write mode"

When you start Report Writer in Microsoft Dynamics GP or in Microsoft Business Solutions – Great Plains, you receive the following error message:

Unable to open REPORTS.DIC in read/write mode

This message occurs when the path of the reports dictionary is incorrect in the Dynamics.set file.
Any one of the following resolutions may work for you. The resolutions have been listed in the order of the time that they require. The resolution that requires the least time is listed first.

If the first resolution does not work for you, trying additional resolutions until you find a resolution that does work for you.

Resolution 1. Change the properties of the Reports.dic file

To change the properties of the Reports.dic file, follow these steps:

  1. Right-click Start, and then click Explore.
  2. Locate the folder where Microsoft Dynamics GP is installed, and then click the folder icon to open the folder.
  3. Right-click the Reports.dic file, and then click Properties.
  4. In the Attributes area, make sure that the Read-only check box is not selected.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Start Microsoft Dynamics GP.
  7. Start Report Writer.

Resolution 2. Change the location of the reports dictionary by using the Edit Launch File program

To change the location of the reports dictionary by using the Edit Launch File program, follow these steps.

Note Before you follow the instructions in this article, make sure that you have a complete backup copy of the database that you can restore if a problem occurs.

  1. Start Microsoft Dynamics GP.
  2. Use the appropriate method:
    • In Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0, point to Tools on the Microsoft Dynamics GP menu. Point to Setup, point to System, and then click Edit Launch File to open the Edit Launch File window.
    • In Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0 or in previous versions, point to Setup on the Tools menu, point to System, and then click Edit Launch File to open the Edit Launch File window.
  3. In the Product Name column, click Microsoft Dynamics GP or Great Plains.
  4. In the Reports box in the Dictionary Locations area, type the full path of the Reports.dic file.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Start Report Writer.

Resolution 3. Change the location of the reports dictionary in the Dynamics.set file

To change the location of the reports dictionary in the Dynamics.set file, follow these steps.

Note Before you follow the instructions in this article, make sure that you have a complete backup copy of the database that you can restore if a problem occurs.

  1. Right-click Start, and then click Explore.
  2. Locate the folder where Microsoft Dynamics GP is installed, and then click the folder icon to open the folder.
  3. Right-click the Dynamics.set file, and then click Edit. The file opens in Notepad.
  4. Type the full path of the Reports.dic file.

    Note Make sure that you are using a generic format to specify the location. Generic formats are described in the System Administrator’s Guide manual.

  5. Close the Dynamics.set file, and then click Save when you are prompted to save the file.
  6. Start Microsoft Dynamics GP.
  7. Start Report Writer.

Resolution 4. Re-create the Dynamics.set file

To re-create the Dynamics.set file, follow these steps.

Note Before you follow the instructions in this article, make sure that you have a complete backup copy of the database that you can restore if a problem occurs.

  1. Right-click Start, and then click Explore.
  2. Locate the folder where Microsoft Dynamics GP is installed, and then click the folder icon to open the folder.
  3. Rename the Dynamics.set file.
  4. Double-click the Dynamics.exe file.
  5. In the Dexterity Runtime window, click File, and then click Create Launch File. The Create Launch File window opens.
  6. In the Save In box, locate the folder where Microsoft Dynamics GP is installed, and then click this folder.
  7. Click Save.
  8. If you are prompted to save one or more of the following files, click Cancel:
    • Genddf.set
    • Dynutils.set
    • Tutorial.set
  9. Close the Dexterity Runtime window.
  10. Start Microsoft Dynamics GP.
  11. Start Report Writer.

Original post:
Error message when you start Report Writer in Microsoft Dynamics GP: "Unable to open REPORTS.DIC in read/write mode"

How to use Microsoft Dexterity Sanscript code to determine whether a specific module is registered in Microsoft Dynamics GP

This article lists the module IDs that you can use in Microsoft Dexterity Sanscript code to determine whether a specific module is registered in Microsoft Dynamics GP and in Microsoft Business Solutions – Great Plains.

As a developer, you may have a situation in which you want to enable your application or pieces of your application only if a specific module is registered in Microsoft Dynamics GP. To determine whether a specific module is registered in Microsoft Dynamics GP, use code that resembles the following code example.

Note The following code example is for General Ledger.

if 'Module Registered'1 of globals then
do GL specific code here
end if;

The following table lists the module IDs that you can use in the code.

Collapse this tableExpand this table

Module ID Module name
1 General Ledger
2 Advanced Financial Analysis
3 Multicurrency Management
4 Bank Reconciliation
5 Project Accounting
6 Electronic Banking
7 Reserved
8 Fixed Asset Management
9 Receivables Management
10 Invoicing
11 Sales Order Processing
12 Multidimensional Analysis
13 Account Level Security
14 Dynamics Process Server
15 National Accounts
16 Collections Management
17 Service Call Management
18 Contract Administration
19 Payables Management
20 Advanced Purchase Order Processing
21 Purchase Order Processing
22 Intercompany Processing
22 Intercompany Processing
23 Payables Management
24 Magnetic Media
25 Integration Assistant for Excel
26 Inventory Control
27 Warehouse Management
28 Reserved
29 Bill of Materials
30 Cash Flow Management
31 eService Center
32 Depot Management
33 Returns Management
34 Preventive Maintenance
35 Payroll – US
36 Direct Deposit – US
37 Payroll Connect
38 SmartList
39 Reserved
40 Reserved
41 Magnetic Media
42 US 941 Magnetic Media
43 Human Resources
44 Project Tracking
45 Org Structures
46 Business Alerts
47 System Manager
48 Client Server System Manager
49 Integration Manager
50 Dynamics Modifier
51 Dexterity
52 Reserved
53 Payroll Tax Service
54 SM CS+ SQL
55 Reserved
56 Dynamics Continuum
57 Customization Site License
58 Requisition Management
59 eCommerce
60 eView
61 eOrder
62 eEmployee
63 Reserved
64 Reserved
65 Reserved
66 Reserved
67 Reserved
68 Manufacturing
69 Safe Pay
70 Electronic Bank Reconciliation
71 RM Electronic Fund Transfer
72 PM Electronic Fund Transfer
73 Small Business Suite
74 Resource Planning
75 Landed Cost
76 Auto PO
77 eTech
78 eService Class
79 eReturns
80 Language: English
81 Language: German
82 Language: French
83 Language: Spanish
84 Language: Portuguese
85 Language: Polish
86 Language: Czech
87 Language: Dutch
88 Language: French Canadian
89 Classic Features
90 GL Transaction Matching
91 Account Rollup Inquiry
92 Revenue/Expense Deferrals
93 Lockbox Processing
94 Refund Checks
95 Customer/Vendor Consolidations
96 Multi-bin
97 Language: Sweden
98 Language: Denmark
99 Language: Norway
100 Language: Finland
101 Language: Estonia
102 Language: Lithuania
103 Language: Latvia
104 Language: China
105 Extended Pricing
106 Reserved
107 Cashbook Bank Management
108 Electronic Bank Management
109 Electronic Reconciliation Management
110 Field Level Security
111 Reserved
112 Analytical Accounting
113 Reserved
114 Reserved
115 Available to Promise
116 Business Alerts
117 MS SQL Server Desktop Engine
118 Advanced Distribution
119 Advanced Picking
120 Business Portal
121 BP Employee Pay
122 BP Encumbrance Employee Profile
123 BP Recruitment
124 BP Skills and Training
125 BP Time and Attendance
126 BP Key Performance Indicators
127 BP Electronic Doc. Delivery
128 Project Time & Expense
129 SOX Accelerators
130 Demand Planner
131 Grant Management
132 Encumbrance Management
133 Extender
134 SmartList Builder
135 Analysis Basic Cubes
136 Analysis Cubes Library
137 Advanced Analysis Cubes Library
138 CGA Student Edition
139 Education and Evaluation Edition
140 Audit Trails
141 Electronic Signatures

Original post:
How to use Microsoft Dexterity Sanscript code to determine whether a specific module is registered in Microsoft Dynamics GP

Collection Letters do not display in all windows in Collections Management for Microsoft Dynamics GP

There are 25 out of the box collection letters available in Collections Management in Report Writer, but certain letters only display in certain windows in Collections Management. Tweny of these predefined letters are only available in the Collection Main window to be printed for one customer at a time, and the remaining five of these canned letters are available in the Query Letters window for a mass mailing.
This is the current design. The 25 predefined letters in Collections Management can only be printed in these windows:

The following 20 predefined Collection Letters from Report Writer can only be printed for one customer at a time in the Collection Main window:
CN_Letter01 through CN_Letter10
CN_AddressID through CN_AddressID10

The following 5 predefined Collection Letters from Report Writer with the mail-merge features can only be printed for mass customers in the Query Letters window:
CN_Mail_Merge01 through CN_Mail_Merge05


Note: There are no options to be able to get these 25 predefined letters from Report Writer to show in other Collections windows than they currently are available in. See the Resolution below for an alternative solution.

The alternative solution is to create your own custom collection letter in Microsoft Dynamics GP. Collection Letters that you create in the Collections Management Letter Maintenance window can be seen in both the Collection Main window to print for one customer at a time, and also in the Query Letters window for mass mailing.  

To access the Collections Management Letter Maintenance window to design your own collection letter, follow these steps:

1. Click on Cards, point to Sales, and click on Collection Letters.

2. Name the Letter, and provide a description.

3. Leave the Hide in Lookups checkbox blank.  However, if you wish for this Letter ID to be hidden in Lookup windows in the Print Selection and Query Letters window, then mark this option. 

4. Set a default Action ID if desired.

5. Enter a Default Subject, if you will be sending the letter out via email. Otherwise, leave it blank.

6. You can create the letter within the window below, or using Microsoft Word. Only check the Microsoft Word Document checkbox if you wish to create the letter in Microsoft Word instead (to add logos, etc and use other functionality from Microsoft Word). Otherwise, leave this checkbox blank if you want to create the letter in Microsoft Dynamics GP. Letters created using either of these methods will be available in all Collections Management windows for printing.

For more information on how to create a collection letter using the Microsoft Word functionality, click the following article number 949761 to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:  

949761 

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/ 949761/
)
How to create a new collection letter in Word

7. Start to type the letter in the large text box in the bottom of the Collection Letter Maintenance window. For any functions, place your cursor where you want the function to be added in the text body and then click Insert to insert the function into the body of the letter.

For example, you can type “Dear” and then put your cursor after it. Select the Function for Customer Info, and Contact Name, and click Insert. So when you print your letters, it will merge with the Contact Name set up on the Customer Maintenance to personalize each collection letter.

Note: The functions must be inserted into the body of the letter using the Insert button. Do not hand-key or copy and paste the functions within the letter.

Note This is a “FAST PUBLISH” article created directly from within the Microsoft support organization. The information contained herein is provided as-is in response to emerging issues. As a result of the speed in making it available, the materials may include typographical errors and may be revised at any time without notice. See Terms of Use
(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=151500)
for other considerations.

Visit site:
Collection Letters do not display in all windows in Collections Management for Microsoft Dynamics GP

Error message when you try to synchronize a Dynamics CRM 4.0 client to Outlook: "An unknown error occurred while synchronizing data to Outlook"

You may receive the following error message when you try to synchronize Microsoft Outlook with a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Citrix client:

An unknown error occurred while synchronizing data to Outlook.

This issue occurs because, by default, Microsoft SQL Server CE does not support mapped drives.

Note SQL Server CE requires UNC paths.

To resolve this issue, follow these steps:
  1. Install Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Update Rollup 20. For more information about how to download and install Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Update Rollup 20, visit the following Microsoft website:
  2. Update the environment configuration settings in the Microsoft.crm.se.orgdborgsettingstool.exe.xml file.

    Note By default, the Microsoft.crm.se.orgdborgsettingstool.exe.xml file is located in the following folder:

    Program FilesMicrosoft Dynamics CRMServerbinTools

  3. Update the ClientExpandPathsToUNC database setting by using the Microsoft.crm.se.orgdborgsettingstool.exe tool. To do this, follow these steps:
    1. Start the Microsoft.crm.se.orgdborgsettingstool.exe tool.

      Note By default, the Microsoft.crm.se.orgdborgsettingstool.exe file is located in the following folder:

      Program FilesMicrosoft Dynamics CRMServerbinTools

    2. Type the following command, and then press Enter:

      microsoft.crm.se.orgdborgsettingstool update crm_organization ClientExpandPathsToUNC TRUE

      Note In this command, the crm_organization placeholder is the name of your organization.

  4. Verify the updated setting. To do this, type the following command, and then press Enter:

    microsoft.crm.se.orgdborgsettingstool retrieve

For more information about the Microsoft.crm.se.orgdborgsettingstool.exe tool, see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
2479288 

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2479288/en-us/
)
A new tool that retrieves and changes the Organization level settings in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 configurations is available

Read More:
Error message when you try to synchronize a Dynamics CRM 4.0 client to Outlook: "An unknown error occurred while synchronizing data to Outlook"

InstallPSTAction failed Error When Installing Dynamics CRM Client for Microsoft Office Outlook

After uninstalling Dynamics CRM 2011 Client for Microsoft Office Outlook and installing the Dynamics CRM 4.0 Client for Microsoft Office Outlook, you get the following error when trying to run the configuration wizard.

Error| Configuration exception.System.Exception: Action Microsoft.Crm.Config.Client.InstallPstAction failed. —> System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x8004010F): LaunchOutlookInstallerProcess failed.
at System.Runtime.InteropServices.Marshal.ThrowExceptionForHRInternal(Int32 errorCode, IntPtr errorInfo)
at Microsoft.Crm.Config.Client.InstallPstAction.Do(IDictionary parameters)
at Microsoft.Crm.Setup.Common.Action.ExecuteAction(Action action, IDictionary parameters, Boolean undo)

This is due to the uninstall leaving the CRMForOutlookInstaller.exe file in the C:Program FilesMicrosoft Dynamics CRMClientConfigWizard directory.
To resolve this issue:

1. Navigate to C:Program FilesMicrosoft Dynamics CRMClientConfigWizard directory or C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft Dynamics CRMClientConfigWizard directory.

2. Delete the CRMForOutlookInstaller.exe file.

3. Do one of the following options:

  • Replace the CRMForOutlookInstaller.exe from the 4.0 client install bits.
  • Run a repair on the Dynamics CRM 4.0 Client for Microsoft Office Outlook installation.
  • Uninstall and reinstall the CRM 4.0 Client.

4. Run the Configuration Wizard.

The CRMForOutlookInstaller.exe is left behind in order to remove the per-user registry keys from any other users that may have configured the Dynamics CRM Client.
Note This is a “FAST PUBLISH” article created directly from within the Microsoft support organization. The information contained herein is provided as-is in response to emerging issues. As a result of the speed in making it available, the materials may include typographical errors and may be revised at any time without notice. See Terms of Use
(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=151500)
for other considerations.

View post:
InstallPSTAction failed Error When Installing Dynamics CRM Client for Microsoft Office Outlook

The folders you are trying to change do not support this operation

This issue can occur if you follow steps similar to these:

1. In the Dynamics CRM Client for Outlook, right click on a CRM record (For example Contact).

2. Choose Follow Up to add an Outlook Follow Up item to the ToDo Bar.

3. Next, switch to another Entity like Accounts or Opportunities. 

4. Attempt to delete the Follow Up item from the ToDo Bar. 

The following error will occur:

“The folders you are trying to change do not support this operation.  Could not complete the operation because the service provider does not support it.”

MAPI event listeners only listen to the folder events for the current grid that is displayed. If you switch to a different entity (account) and you are trying to delete a contact you will get this error.
This is by design as the MAPI event listener does not listen on all folders for performance reasons. If you want to delete a record from the ToDo bar in Outlook you need to switch to that entity type.
Note This is a “FAST PUBLISH” article created directly from within the Microsoft support organization. The information contained herein is provided as-is in response to emerging issues. As a result of the speed in making it available, the materials may include typographical errors and may be revised at any time without notice. See Terms of Use
(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=151500)
for other considerations.

See the article here:
The folders you are trying to change do not support this operation

Unable to configure the Microsoft Dynamics CRM E-mail Router

Unable to configure the Microsoft Dynamics CRM E-mail Router against an OnPremise deployment. The following error is returned:

The E-mail Router Configuration Manager was unable to retrieve user and queue information form the Microsoft Dynamics CRM server. This may indicate that the Microsoft Dynamics CRM server is busy. Verify that URL ‘http://crmservername/orgname’ is correct. Additionally, this problem can occur if specified access credentials are insufficent.  To try again, click Load Data. (The provided uri did not return any Service Endpoints!)

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 utilizes WCF endpoints for client communications. The WCF endpoints cannot support more than 1 binding per Protocol. 

If the CRM website has more than one http or more than one https binding,  the E-mail Router will fail to configure. 

Open IIS Manager and limit the CRM Website to 1 http and (or) 1 https binding.   
  1. Click Start, click Run and Type in inetmgr.
  2. Expand Sites and click on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM website.
  3. In the Actions Pane click on Bindings.
  4. In the Site Bindings window ensure that you only have one http and/or only have one https binding type. If you have multiple http and/or multiple https bindings they need to be removed.

Note: The binding that should remain is the binding that is defined in the Deployment Manager. To check the urls open Deployment Manager, right-click on Microsoft Dynamics CRM and choose Properties, click the Web Address tab. 

Note: If IFD is used the Certificate matching your IFD settings should be kept.

Note This is a “FAST PUBLISH” article created directly from within the Microsoft support organization. The information contained herein is provided as-is in response to emerging issues. As a result of the speed in making it available, the materials may include typographical errors and may be revised at any time without notice. See Terms of Use
(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=151500)
for other considerations.

Read More:
Unable to configure the Microsoft Dynamics CRM E-mail Router

No Organization Appear When Configuring the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Client for Microsoft Office Outlook

When running the configuration for the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Client for Microsoft Office Outlook no organizations appear in the list.
If you are connecting to Dynamics CRM Online and no organizations appear in the drop down it could be due to not accepting the Dynamics CRM Online invitation that was sent to you when you were created as a Dynamics CRM Online user.
To resolve this issue. Login to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online organization using the web client. If you have an active invitation for the organization then it will take you through the wizard to accept the invitation. Then try to configure the Outlook client again.

If your invitation has expired then a Dynamics CRM user in your organization with the rights to send invites would need to send you another invite.

Note This is a “FAST PUBLISH” article created directly from within the Microsoft support organization. The information contained herein is provided as-is in response to emerging issues. As a result of the speed in making it available, the materials may include typographical errors and may be revised at any time without notice. See Terms of Use
(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=151500)
for other considerations.

Read More:
No Organization Appear When Configuring the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Client for Microsoft Office Outlook

Page 323 of 695« First...102030...321322323324325...330340350...Last »

Recent Comments

    Archives

    Categories