It's a long time since I've used the old SharePoint list component and for the most part, I've not missed it. Server to Server integration is slick and just works.
That said, the one thing that I do miss is support for folders - but whilst testing the new 9.0 Enterprise Edition I've noticed that fo... [More]
In previous articles in this series we've talked about the differences between Server Side Sync and the old List Component. Since I published the first articles, a new MSDN article on the topic has been posted which I thought would be good to signpost folks to => Important considerations for serv... [More]
The Dynamics CRM Async Server is a great mechanism to host integrations to external systems without affecting the responsiveness of the user interface. Once such example is calling SharePoint as I describe in my series – SharePoint Integration Reloaded.
A draw back of this approach (compared ... [More]
In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series we have discussed how the new server-to-server integration with SharePoint works under the covers. In this post I'll show you how to integrate with SharePoint directly from a sandboxed workflow activty/plugin rather than relying on the out of the box integration.
Part 1 of in this series described how SharePoint Server to Server SharePoint integration (new to CRM2013 SP1) works from the client interface perspective. In this post I'd like to share a bit more how this all works from the server side.
When this feature was introduced my first qu... [More]
Back in the day when CRM2011 was first in beta I blogged about the exciting SharePoint integration and how it works. This post is about the exciting new server side SharePoint integration that is now available as part of CRM2013 SP1 Online.
There has already been some good posts on how to set up Sh... [More]
Integration between Dynamics CRM and SharePoint has been possible since version 3.0 but involved custom extensions that often proved tricky to maintain. Dynamics CRM 2011 now provides SharePoint integration out of the box.
This post provides a summary of this new integration with SharePoint 2010.