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Welcome to my knowledgebase, which contains snippets of information that I find (mostly about Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM) and then forget.

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"Unable to load client print control" error


29 Oct 2012

This appears to a common error when trying to print a Microsoft Dynamics CRM report. The discussion at this thread http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/sqlreportingservices/thread/4a4a2239-3ac5-4f1d-8b2d-b2c5f03d3c07/ has a lot of tips.

Note the suggestion to delete a registry setting seems to be the best.

rsProcessingAborted error for Report Wizard reports


29 Oct 2012

This article, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2590774 describes a scenario where Report Wizard reports do not run.

Filter subject keywords setting for Smart Matching decoded


29 Oct 2012

In Microsoft Dynamics CRM, tracked e-mails can be linked to the appropriate records using a Tracking Token or Smart Matching. Smart Matching matches e-mails to records based on similar recipients and subject lines. However, noise words such as FW: and RE: in the subject line are ignored.

Unable to validate SQL Server Reporting Services Report Server installation


29 Oct 2012

When trying to install the SSRS Data Connector you may encounter the error:
"Unable to validate SQL Server Reporting Services Report Server installation".
There are many reasons why this might happen but I came across a rather obscure one where a 32-bit SQL Server was installed on a 64-bit Windows server. It seems that this combination is not supported as per this article:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2223769

Reorganizing and Rebuilding Indexes


29 Oct 2012

From time to time it may be prudent to review index fragementation on the CRM database. High levels of fragmentation may impact on performance. Fragmented indexes can be sorted out by reorganizing or rebuilding.

This Microsoft article explains the options http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189858.aspx.

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