Once you have created some nice PowerSearch Config records, you may want other users or teams to work with them.
To enable others to work with your Config, it is crucial to share your records. Before you haven’t shared them, the Config records will not be visible for others.
Since PowerSearch (Silverlight) 2015.102 is the last version of its kind, many users switch to the new version of PowerSearch. Though this does not require the deinstallation of PowerSearch (Silverlight), some users might wish to do so anyway.
However, it is very easy to uninstall PowerSearch (Silverlight), even if PowerSearch is already installed. Please follow this step-by-step tutorial to learn how it works.
This article provides you with a step-by-step description on how to install your license key with the web license manager.
The web license manager has been designed to facilitate the installation of license keys. As a consequence, it can be installed via your web browser.
This kind of web based license manager will soon apply to all our products, except for DocumentsCorePack Client. At the moment, it only applies to PowerSearch and ActivityTools. Please note: We use our addon PowerSearch for demonstrating purposes in the below step-by-step tutorial.
This article describes how to export and import the PowerSearch Configuration Records. It is useful if you a) want to create a backup or b) migrate your configuration from one organization to another one.
Microsoft offers some really helpful tools for Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Microsoft Dynamics CRM addons in general. When you, for example, download the MS SDK, it provides you with the Configuration Migration tool that supports you in migrating data from one system to another.
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PowerSearch can be embedded anywhere into CRM SiteMap. For example, this can be done by using the XrmToolBox. For free download, please click here.
When you search for big amounts of entities, a SQL TimeOut exception can occour. To minimize the amount of data, you can specify additional filtering in the PowerSearch Configuration (This filter must be manually inserted into the XML of the PowerSearch Config).