When trying to upload a solution with more than the maximum number of dashboard components.
Message: “The Dashboard that you are trying to save has more components than the maximum number allowed. Remove some components and try again.”
To resolve this issue, you can increase the Dashboard limit using Power
1. Retrieve and set the dashboard limit
- Open a Windows PowerShell command window
- Add the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Windows PowerShell snap-in:
2. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Crm.PowerShell
3. Retrieve the current setting:
$setting = Get-CrmSetting -SettingType DashboardSettings
4. Modify the current setting:
$setting.MaximumControlsLimit = 10
Set-CrmSetting -Setting $setting
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
Welcome to the developer documentation for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online 2015 Update! You can read all the documentation online in the MSDN library or in the CHM file found in the download package. The download package also includes assemblies, developer tools, and a wide range of sample code and other resources. The download package is available here: Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK.
It’s that time of year again, when all the CRM User base gets together for the biggest CRM user group event of the year. CRMUG Summit is a great place to learn, network and do all things CRM! Some details to the event can be found here.
If you’re attending, see my schedule below. Stop by to ask a question or just say hello!
Dynamics Partner Conference Oct 13-14
CRMUG Summit 2014 October 15-17
Please note the 2:15 session has been moved to 8am that morning, giving you plenty of time to catch your flights.
I will be at both the MVP sessions.
With Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013, the feature of auto save has been introduced. This feature is really long overdue, and its a feature we often overlook each day. For example, if your typing an email response on your cellphone, and the phone rings, you answer it and go back to work, right? When you returned, your email was right where you left off!
This is the same concept for CRM 2013, and not forcing users to constantly press save and close. As you work on the system the data is periodically saved as indicated by the icon on the button right of the new UI.
As you can see above, the first ICON of the disc shows everything is saved. As you begin to work the icon changes letting you know you have unsaved changes to the page. If you wait for about 5 seconds the auto save feature will kick in and automatically save those changes for you!
While Microsoft CRM 2013 is certainly thinking ahead of design and form, many CRM 2011 plugins were designed to fire after a user saves a record. This save is captured and the plugin is fired, in this case, over and over again each time auto save kicks in.
Thankfully, Microsoft gave us an option to turn off auto-save for this release to help upgrading customers
whom may not have updated their plugin/sdk code as of yet. Please note, this feature will not be available in future releases, and your new designs should use the SDK Method that works with auto save.
For now, under system settings, you can click the button to disable to the auto save feature and save your upgrade and plugins! This will save you for now, but make sure to look to the future when considering to disable this useful option! Enjoy!
The CRM 2013 SDK also will provide insight into new methods available to watch the state of change.