Hello CRM community!
Two months ago, Philippe Brissaud from Microsoft Canada asked me to help him migrate the well known CrmDiagTool 4 to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. I guess you know what I answered him: of course I help!
Today, Philippe and I are proud to release this new version of CrmDiagTool.
We focused on Server diagnostics and removed features related to reporting services and email router.
The features are the following: Enable/Disable tracing Zip content of Trace directory Open Trace directory Generate diagnostic file in text or html format with components selection Enable/Disable DevErrorsSome screenshots:
Regarding source code: As the previous version had not its source code released, this version does not too. Download link:
With the last version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, you can organize your customizations through solutions and this is really a nice feature. But some specific actions are taking really more time than with previous versions…This is exactly the problem when you want to edit the SiteMap. You have to add the SiteMap to a solution (maybe create one before), export the solution, extract the solution, update the Xml, zip the files, import the solution (should I need to continue with import wizard steps…? )So, today, I release my new tool, the SiteMap Editor. It works like the IsvConfigManager for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 to edit the SiteMap.FeaturesConnections to OnPremise, Online and Claim based deployments TreeView display of SiteMap Add SiteMap component with mouse usage Add default SiteMap component if you removed one Cut/Copy/Paste of SiteMap component Display Xml of SiteMap component Add SiteMap component from Xml Reset SiteMap to default system one Import back the SiteMap to C…