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Chain of Command is the term that describes how we customize, or extend, base Microsoft code in Microsoft Dynamics 365. In the previous article, I explained what Chain of Command is, and how to use it in Microsoft Dynamics 365. I provided a basic example of Chain of Command, and explained what pieces are required. In this article we will look at an example of how to implement Chain of Command Data Entity methods. #Dynamics365 #ChainOfCommand #VisualStudio #Dynamics365Musings #MSDyn365 #MSDyn365Community #DYN365O #D365 #Microsoft https://dynamics365musings.com/chain-of-command-data-entity/ Related Blog: https://dynamics365musings.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-ramer-0500999/ ...
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In today’s world, customers value relationships over transactions. To provide a seamless experience to our customers across different touchpoints, we need your CRM system to help us bring all your customer data in one place.  That’s why choosing the right CRM system and using it correctly becomes extremely important – not just for our sales team but for all customer-facing teams. In this webinar, Genya Akselrod – Practice Director, CRM, discusses why we need to create a unified CRM to build lasting customer relationships in the digital age and how different teams can harness the full potential of the organization’s CRM system. Outline:     Why Consistent ...
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Chain of Command is the term that describes how we customize, or extend, base Microsoft code in Microsoft Dynamics 365. In the previous article, I explained what Chain of Command is, and how to use it in Microsoft Dynamics 365. I provided a basic example of Chain of Command, and explained what pieces are required. In this article we will look at an example of how to implement Chain of Command for Form control methods. #Dynamics365 #ChainOfCommand #VisualStudio #Dynamics365Musings #MSDyn365 #MSDyn365Community #DYN365O #D365 #Microsoft https://dynamics365musings.com/chain-of-command-form-datasource-field/
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Chain of Command is the term that describes how we customize, or extend, base Microsoft code in Microsoft Dynamics 365. In the previous article, I explained what Chain of Command is, and how to use it in Microsoft Dynamics 365. I provided a basic example of Chain of Command, and explained what pieces are required. In this article we will look at an example of how to implement Chain of Command for Form DataSource Field methods. #Dynamics365 #ChainOfCommand #VisualStudio #Dynamics365Musings #MSDyn365 #MSDyn365Community #DYN365O #D365 #Microsoft https://dynamics365musings.com/chain-of-command-form-datasource-field/
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Chain of Command is the term that describes how we customize, or extend, base Microsoft code in Microsoft Dynamics 365. In the previous article, I explained what Chain of Command is, and how to use it in Microsoft Dynamics 365. I provided a basic example of Chain of Command, and explained what pieces are required. In this article we will look at an example of how to implement Chain of Command for Form DataSource methods. #Dynamics365 #ChainOfCommand #VisualStudio #Dynamics365Musings #MSDyn365 #MSDyn365Community #DYN365O #D365 #Microsoft https://dynamics365musings.com/chain-of-command-for-form-datasource/
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Chain of Command is the term that describes how we customize, or extend, base Microsoft code in Microsoft Dynamics 365. In the previous article, I explained what Chain of Command is, and how to use it in Microsoft Dynamics 365. I provided a basic example of Chain of Command, and explained what pieces are required. In this article we will look at an example of how to implement Chain of Command for Form methods. #Dynamics365 #ChainOfCommand #VisualStudio #Dynamics365Musings #MSDyn365 #MSDyn365Community #DYN365O #D365 #Microsoft https://dynamics365musings.com/chain-of-command-for-form-methods/
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In the previous article, I explained what Chain of Command is, and how to use it in Microsoft Dynamics 365. I provided a basic example of Chain of Command, and explained what pieces are required. In this article we will look at an example of how to implement Chain of Command for Class methods. #Dynamics365 #ChainOfCommand #VisualStudio #Dynamics365Musings #MSDyn365 #MSDyn365Community #DYN365O #D365 #Microsoft https://dynamics365musings.com/chain-of-command-class-methods/
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As recently as a few years ago, manufacturers viewed optimizing productivity and increasing customer satisfaction in isolation. However, digital disruption is fundamentally changing the way manufacturers do business, requiring them to use modern technology to drive transformational change across the organization: enhancing manufacturing efficiency, improving quality of products, optimizing inventory, accelerating time-to-market, and meeting the fluctuating needs of customers. Dynamics 365 FO  (now offered as two separate applications – Dynamics 365 Finance and Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management) is a popular choice for manufacturers to drive end-to-end business ...
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What is Chain of Command in D365? Chain of Command is the term that describes how we customize, or extend, base Microsoft code in Microsoft Dynamics 365. Microsoft’s base objects and code cannot be changed directly in D365. However, we are able to make changes to separate objects and classes that are then combined with the existing base object to form the final version. See this article for more details:  https://dynamics365musings.com/chain-of-command-in-d365/
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Do you have a process that you need to run in the background of Microsoft Dynamics 365 F&S? SysOperation Framework in D365 is made for doing this. In this article I will show you the quickest and simplest way of creating the needed classes. https://dynamics365musings.com/sysoperation-framework-in-d365/
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