Change tracking solution for Dynamics 365

 Lets take a look at recently released feature for Dynamics 365 – Change tracking solution for Dynamics 365!!!

Large Microsoft Dynamics 365 organizations that synchronizes data with external systems uses change tracking. This feature was used to keep the integration system/data warehouse in Sync with CRM data.

Till now it would be difficult to find which System Administrators/System Customizers had made change to the system. It was difficult to track these details. However with this solution, which was built on Dynamics 365 and as works well on Dynamics CRM 2016 (Online/ On premises). Released to track data changes in a more efficient way.

This feature can track changes like who updated an entity, JavaScript, assemblies and processes along with the time of update. Changes made by System Adminstraors and Customizers will also be recorded.

How does Change tracking solution work?

This uses two plugins and batch job namely captures

  • Publish – User who had published the component, name and time of publish
  • Publish All – Captures when a set of components or solution was published
  • Assemblies & Workflows – This job runs every hour, capturing these changes and update in the change tracking entity.

Downloadable solution available at Change tracking solution for Developers. Please do note that this change tracking solution works for Dynamics 365 On Premise and Online Version both. However there is also an add on that can be installed on your instance using this link.

User guide for Admins

Change tracking user guide

Hope this helps…!!!


Author: Pavan Mani Deep Y

Technology geek who loves sharing my leanings, quick tips and new features on Dynamics 365 & related tools, technologies. An Azure IOT Enthusiast....

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