From the Microsoft Dynamics CRM blogs: Farewell ExtensionBase tables; Auto-copy address data; SSIS integration tip; Santa CRM

A selection of the latest insight from the Dynamics CRM blogs:

  • From the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blogs: CRM 2013 - No More ExtensionBase Tables;
  • Address Copy Button with CRM 2013 Business Rules and Workflows
  • A Tip for Testing SSIS Integration with Dynamics CRM;
  • Even Santa Claus Uses PowerPack;

CRM 2013 - No More ExtensionBase Tables

David Jannaway, founding member of Excitation Ltd., a Microsoft partner in the UK, focuses here on "an obscure technical change" - one that he welcomes - that makes a significant contribution to the stability and performance of CRM 2013.


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