One of my customers asked if it is possible to reuse the standard dynamics pacer for e-mails on some other channel. They wanted to use SMS, and it would be great to reuse existing functionality which users know and use. I did some research and will provide the API call which you can use to implement a dynamic content parser for your own channels.
In this article, I would like to review some fetch XML expressions for operator LIKE and ways you can use to improve your search capabilities. I will also explain how indexes work and what are the solutions you can use when Dynamics Customer Engagement uses scan instead of seeking operation.
In this article, I would like to give you a technical overview of the Event Management Portal which is a part of Microsoft Dynamics Marketing offering. The event management portal is an application specially created for organizing and managing exhibitions, conferences as well as attendees, hotels and other related infrastructure. The goal of this article is to give you a good understanding of all the technical components of this solution. We will review the backend and frontend parts of the application, deployment options, as well as possible ways and methods which you can use to extend the application. As a prerequisite, you should have a good understanding of Microsoft Portals, Typescript, and Angular. You can also use this article as a starting point and later improve your knowledge by reading more about MSPortal, Angular or Typescript.
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