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Microsoft dynamics CRM adaptor

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The attached document has 2 screenshots of the connector i have installed.

The 1st one is the Ms Dynamics Crm

The 2nd is the MS Dynamics CRM2011



Is there a reason to why there are 2 crm's listed, or are these due to 2 diff versions
Connector.docx
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by:Feridun Kadir
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Yes, the Microsoft Dynamics CRM entry is for version 4.0.
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by:Moizsaif123
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Thanks for the quick response.

Bear with me if you check out the screenshot I have posted, this might be for an older version of connector which does not have
the CRM 2011 settings tab and this connector works during daily syncs

Is there a reason to why they have 2 versions involved for connectivity here...
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attachement below,Sorry if I am being ambiguous, I just wanted to know why there are 2 versions being usd..
config4-adapoterSettings.jpg
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Does this depend on the organization if that org were upgraded to 2011 the "2011 adaptor" would then work for them...please note article in one of the connector guides...



Adapters
Adapters are used to connect the runtime and the client to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Microsoft
Dynamics ERP web services. This connection is used for reading and writing data from one application
to another application.
The following adapters are available:
¿ Microsoft Dynamics CRM adapter – Connects with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 on-premises
only. This adapter is also compatible with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 organizations that were
upgraded from Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 and were previously integrated using Connector for
Microsoft Dynamics.
¿ Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 adapter – Connects with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 only.
Use this adapter if you are integrating with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 for the first time.
¿ Microsoft Dynamics ERP adapter – Connects with the Microsoft Dynamics ERP database.
Depending on your ERP system, Connector for Microsoft Dynamics might have more than version of
this adapter. For more information, see the Connector for Microsoft Dynamics ERP configuration
guide for your ERP system.
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That could be the reason, if the organization started with CRM 4 and then upgraded to CRM 2011.

But if you only have one integration I would expect to see only one adapter configured for CRM and one for NAV.

Perhaps someone installed the CRM 2011 adapter and didn't use it.
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I am connecting to a online CRM where when I check the version# it says 6.0.0.18 as shown in the attached screenshot. Is this the 2013 one..or still the 2011 ver
OnlineCrm.docx
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CRM versions starting with 6. are CRM 2013.

I don't know if the CRM 2011 adapter works with CRM 2013.
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