CRM Configuration Manager - Version history

A Free Customization manager for Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
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v1.55 - Released 2010-06-20

  • Bugfix, when exporting JavaScripts, Error message 'No output handler found for file extenstion'
    Thanks to Lukasz Ekiert for reporting the issue.
  • Bugfix, when importing JavaScripts some entities would lose the ability to preview their forms. 
    Thanks to Simon Jackson for reporting the issue.

v1.51 - Released 2010-05-19

  • Fixed 'object reference..' error that occured at startup, occured when installing CCM on a computer with no previous CCM installation

v1.50 - Released 2010-05-18

  • Improved 'Export only Modification' function, now also checking modifications at Entity Forms and Relationships
  • Not all system entities was listed in the Entity view.
    Thanks to Daniel Jansen for reporting the issue.
  • Implemented Add-in framework for output document formats. 
  • Revised user interface to improve usability
  • Minor bug fixes
Add-in for export to Microsoft Word document format,
read more about it here.

v1.15 - Released 2010-03-17

  • Implemented support for non-english labels inside the customization file

v1.10 - Released 2010-03-11

  • Implemented IFD support
  • Implemented HTTPS support
  • Implemented better error handling surrounding removal of attribute mappings
  • Added Publish option for "Single Click Export & Import" Operation


v1.01 - Released 2010-03-03

  • Import bug fixed, nothing happend after selection input file and server.
    This occured when the input filepath had a space (' ') in it.


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