Today Microsoft has officially launched Dynamics 365. So, if you signup for a new Trial instance you will no longer see Dynamics CRM trial but, Dynamics 365 trial sign up page.
Will provide more details in the subsequent posts.
Microsoft has finally introduced the Customer type field in Dynamics CRM. This was a much awaited feature which now allows developers to create a Customer field and not separate lookups on Contact and Account
Have you tried the new Dynamics CRM Demo Builder – https://www.microsoftdynamicsdemos.com
It is really awesome and it takes only a couple of minutes to provision an industry specific vertical demo of Dynamics CRM.
The only catch is that this is accessible only if you have a Microsoft Partner account.
QueryExpression query =
FilterOperator = LogicalOperator.And,
, ConditionOperator.Equal, accountID.ToString()),
, ConditionOperator.Equal, contactId.ToString()),
result = service.RetrieveMultiple(query);