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CRM 2011 - Missing Dependencies in solution.xml

Posted on 2012-03-25
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I got a lot of this when export my default solution.  Not sure what I need to do to clean up the solution so I can move the solution to on to another CRM  On-line.

    <MissingDependencies>
      <MissingDependency>
        <Required key="0" type="1" schemaName="dynamics_deletedcontact" displayName="*Contact*" solution="ConnectorForMicrosoftDynamicsNav (1.0.1603.2)" />
        <Dependent key="0" type="1" schemaName="dynamics_deletedcontact" displayName="*Contact*" />
      </MissingDependency>
      <MissingDependency>
        <Required key="0" type="1" schemaName="dynamics_deletedcontact" displayName="*Contact*" solution="ConnectorForMicrosoftDynamicsNav (1.0.1603.2)" />
        <Dependent key="0" type="1" schemaName="dynamics_deletedcontact" displayName="*Contact*" />
      </MissingDependency>
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Chinmay Patel earned 500 total points
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Hi Tommym121,

If you are not using Dynamics NAV connector then consider removing it and after that export your solutoin. I am playing on a hunch here, have not explored this so make sure that you are not in any ways using Dynamics NAV connector.

Regards,
Chinmay.
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