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22 Aug 2017
Microsoft has announced that Dynamics CRM version 2016 will be the last major version of Dynamics CRM to be supported by the connector.
27 Mar 2017
Enterprise Apps and Plan 1
Individual Apps (Sales, Customer Service, Field Service, Project Service Automation) around £72 per app per user per month or £110 per app per device per month
Plan 1 (which includes Sales, Customer Service, Field Service, Project Service Automation) around £90 per user per month
There is no minimum number of users (previously there was a five user minimum)
19 Dec 2016
The re-branding of Microsoft Dynamics CRM to 365 for on-premises deployments has arrived.
This is in the guise of the "December 2016 update for Dynamics 365 (On-Premises)" which you can download from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=54515
Although it sounds like a new version, the December 2016 update is not a new version. Deploying this update changes the version to 8.2.0.0749, which is still part of the CRM 2016/version 8 release cycle.
29 Jun 2017
|Product Name||Version||Code Name|
|Fall 2017 ?||??||Calcium|
|July 2017 ?||9.0||Potassium|
|365 Dec 2016||8.2||Centaurus|
|2016 SP1 and Spring 2016||8.1||Naos|
|2015 (Online only)||7.1||Carina|
14 Feb 2017
In CRM 2016 with SP1, it seems that a "bug" has been introduced where the price of an order product added from the catalog (an "existing product") cannot be changed. This was not the case in earlier versions.
A field on the Order Product form, named Pricing (internal name ispriceoverridden) determined whether the price per unit can be changed. However, on the Order Product form this field is set to read-only with a value of "Use Default"; so there is no way to change the value to "Override Price".