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Reports With Fetch XML ...Cool

Post Author: Joe D365 |

Fetch XML

How do you make it work you ask….

Let me show you.

You have to download and install Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Fetch Extension. Cool. Just jump to Resources, download the install and run. Then open up Visual Studio 2008 (have not tested with VS 2010, can't get Business Intelligence) and you will have a new data source.

Fetch XML

Setting up the data source.

You specify the server (and org). Define your credentials and your good.

Fetch XML

Then you can build your reports…

Fetch XML

Oh yeah… where do you get your FetchXML

Start here (or any entity of your choice).

Fetch XML

Define and download your FetchXML

Fetch XML

Cool stuff we know! Hopefully this helps you with any issues you may be experiencing with reports using Fetch XML.

Let us know if you need help with CRM 2011!!

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By Joe D365
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One comment on “Reports With Fetch XML ...Cool”

  1. Hi,
    just one quick question ho to export this report back in Dynamics CRM online 2015 update 1 , and also how to add charts and images in the reports.


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