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Here are my study notes regarding entities and fields in CRM. I hope you appreciate the picture of a field (entities and fields, get it?)
Entities and fields are probably an error where most people will have a good starting knowledge of and some experience with. Don’t get fooled into not studying the topic because there is a difference of using fields and entities and having enough knowledge to answer certification question on entities and fields.
It’s important to understand how entities and fields work and the limitations of them, e.g.
Whilst studying these two areas I did improve my understanding of the core functionality of CRM and wrote these two blog posts
CRM 2013 – When should you create a custom activity entity?
CRM Entity ownership – How do you decide?
These notes will be added to the other study information I have created, which you can find here – MB2-703 – CRM 2013 Customization and Configuration Certification
Even if you are not studying for the MB2-703 certification, it’s interesting to have a quick read of the notes and I bet you find a fact you didn’t know
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