Until now we have no installation routine for our Dashboards for MS CRM 2011. This is why this blog entry describes how to upgrade/install the Dashboards in a MS CRM 2011 environment manually.
Please note: This installation will only work in an on-premise installation and will not work in IFD and Claims-Based-Authentication-Mode.
Content: Part One: How to create the chart? Part Two: How to create the drill-down click?
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· Open your CRM · Go to Settings in the navigation at the left · Select mscrm-addons settings from the navigation· Click on the Dashboard row at the right grid and open it.
Figure 1: mscrm-addons.com settings
Basics:License-checks are done each time the application is accessed by a user.
Having an invalid license stops the whole product from working.
An invalid license will never have any impact on Dynamics 365, it only limits the addon itself.
In the dashboard, you can change your layout and create or save your own views. In the layout menu there are 3 views:
Vertical View and
In the course of this blog article we describe how to use and configure the different views.
CRM 4.0 offers the possibility to start your dashboard directly out of CRM. There are three options.
Dashboard for MS CRM 4.0 provides several maps (World-map, Europe, U.S., Germany, Netherlands,…) in order to e.g. display customer-distributions. This blog contains basic information on how to configure maps. This is explained with a Step-by-Step-Setup of a Customers in the U.S.A-chart.
The problem occurs because MS CRM is using an HttpModule for multitenancy scenarios. This http module is called with an anonymous user account. This is why it fails when trying to request, i.e. the metadata webservice.