I'm really looking forward to Exchange Connections in Las Vegas this week, but before that pleasure arrives news comes in about how a change made by Google to version 37 of their popular Chrome browser is causing all manner of headaches for Exchange 2013, Exchange 2010, and Exchange Online. It seems that the removal of the showModalDialog API has caused fuss and bother for the code used in Outlook Web App and the Exchange Administration Center. Not good!
For some reason I always seem to have problems configuring server side sync with Gmail addresses, and it always seems to be the same setting in Gmail which is blocking the connection, so I'm writing about this to make it easier for anyone else setting up server side sync with Gmail (including myself
The primary failing of every auto-number solution for Microsoft Dynamics CRM that I have come across is the ability to ‘guarantee’ a unique number under heavy load across multiple servers, particularly in a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online environment. Depending on the solution you look at, you will find various attempts to solve this problem, but …
Marco Dodaro's insight:
Interesting article about managing concurrence and table lock in Dynamics CRM 2011 Plugins
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