With the release of CRM 2016 (2015 Update 1 for CRM Online), comes a new form rendering engine (referred to as Turbo Forms in some circles) was built to provide better performance of form loads. The two main changes are focused around loading process of the form and the handling of the cache.
However, while the new rendering engine was built to help with performance you may actually notice the opposite taking place. In heavily customized environment, you might experience long stalls during form loads with messages reading “requesting data from CRM” and/or “loading business logic”.
If you are currently being plagued by these messages, it may be a good idea to turn the new rendering engine off. To do this, simply go to: Administration -> System Setting, scroll all the way down and you will see the “Use legacy form rendering” option. Turning it to “yes” will disable the new engine.
While this will help in the short term, it is advised to figure out what on your form is causing conflict with the new engine so that it can be fixed and the new engine can be turned back on for even better performance. Microsoft is also aware of the issue and is looking at it within the Update Roll-up 1 Time frame.
Jujhar Singh announced at Convergence EMEA at Azure Express Route is now available for CRM Online. Why is this important to you and your business?
CRM online is public cloud. Azure Express Route will allow dedicated network connections from your MPLS network to CRM Online. This will dramatically help improve not only connectivity to CRM Online, but also the ability to leverage Azure Services for your CRM data. This connectivity is big private cloud advantage that has just been neutralized and another step towards better integration as a hybrid cloud.
Read about it here:
I’m pleased to announce that Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 has been released. Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 will be available in the Microsoft download center on December 15, 2016. Thank you to Jujhar and the entire CRM team for putting extra hours to make this release so special.
Don’t forget the What’s New page at: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/crm-customer-center/what-s-new.aspx
As well as the Dynamics CRM Customer Center for all your help and training needs. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/crm-customer-center/default.aspx
Join me at the CRMUG Summit In Reno NV. This is the premier Dynamics CRM Event of the year. Don’t miss out, not too late to register below.
Here’s my preliminary schedule. Please refer to the website!
Monday, October 12
Tuesday, October 13
Wednesday, October 14
Tribridge Customer Party – Invitation Only 7pm on..
Please contact me if your a customer or prospect and did not receive an invitation.
Thursday, October 15
Friday, October 16 – CANCLLED
Thank you to my family, followers, customers, supporters and Tribridge for helping me maintain my Microsoft CRM MVP Award for this year. It’s truly an honor to receive this award and I look forward to sharing more CRM 2016 and Azure details this coming year. Thank you!
Microsoft Officially took the warps off the fall release, which will be known as Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016. Key updates will brought to the on premise version, previously only available on CRM Online.
Updated Features include an enhanced excel experience, next generation CRM for Outlook App, Office Delve integration, Share documents across One Note, Office 365 Group and One Drive for Business, tighter Cortana integration and slew of other fixes and updates waiting for you.
The official release annoucement can be found here:
Based on past releases, we can expect to see this hit the shelves end of November, beginning of December. Stay tuned for more updates.