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Development Enviroment for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Posted on 2013-06-18
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We have just got a new suscription for Microsoft Dynamics CRM online.

At this moment the CRM is running and used in production but we are still developing new functions for the CRM.

As many of you may know it is not good or nice to develop in a production enviroment.

We used to use salesforce and in there we used something called SandBox.

This was a development/testing enviroment than can then be "uploaded" to the production enviroment.

Does Microsoft CRM has something like this?

Where can I enable it?

If it is not too much to ask, how do I "upload" the changes once they are done?

Thanks.
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Chinmay Patel earned 500 total points
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You can avail a development environment just get in touch with support. It costs based on various factors. As long as uploading the changes is concerned you will export your solution from dev environment and import it in production.
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I haven't been able to contact support but i will. Thanks.
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