The Final Push – CRM 2016 is Live

After months of ups and downs, plans built and destroyed, and countless hours invested, CRM 2016 is live. (Actually, it's been live since Easter weekend. But keeping a blog up to date is obviously not one of my talents.) For the last installment in this series I'd like to go over how we went about... Continue Reading →

Dynamics CRM Import Fails on “Upgrade Indexes”

As I mentioned in the last post, I'm taking you through our adventure in upgrading the existing on-premise Dynamics CRM 2011 environment to 2016 (and eventually 2016 cloud). Previously I discussed the first show-stopper error we received, "Must declare the scalar variable “@table”." Following that resolution the import continued past the stage “Metadata xml upgrade: pass... Continue Reading →

Using PowerShell to Execute SQL Maintenance

It's an odd truth that laziness leads to better systems administration. That is, so long as it spurs you to automate and thoroughly document a repetitive or tedious task. For instance, I was recently tasked with reducing the excessive size of some system tables in our Microsoft Dynamics CRM environment. To start with, I accomplished... Continue Reading →

The Faith of Atheism

The extent to which Christians are criticized for their faith always surprises me. In current American culture, and especially in science-based fields like IT, one is viewed as unintelligent or at least ignorant if they believe in any kind of religion. It is automatically assumed that if you find faith to be a credible notion... Continue Reading →

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