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One of the biggest pain points of maintaining a Dynamics 365 CE Dev, Test or a Prod instance is a way to keep track of what solutions have been imported vs exported. To get around this issue we had a add-on in XRM Tool Box called the “Solution History”.However recently, I came across a functionality that is within Dynamics 365 CE where we can monitor “Solution History”.
What we are going to look at today is a high-level comparison between the two tools.
First let’s look at the “Solution History” functionality offered with the XRM Tool Box.
Getting started with the tool is very straight forward.
The solution history will display the different solution that were Imported between the selected dates and if you select a particular solution you can drill down to the “Solution Components” that were included. Further you can view the Component Details by selecting each component.
The “Solution History” functionality within Dynamics 365 CE is also very straight forward.
The Dynamics 365 Solution History will display the following information
It provides details about the Operation
e.g If the solution was imported, exported or uninstalled.
I Hope this article will help you in your day to day consulting work . If there are any questions please feel free to email or comment.
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