Fixing – “We’re sorry. You do not have sufficient permission on the server to load the application” error in Dynamics 365 for Tablet.

Recently while configuring Dynamics 365 for Tablet we got the below error.

“We’re sorry. You do not have sufficient permission on the server to load the application”

After enabling the tracing we got the details of the error.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh699694.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396#BKMK_MoCA_tracing


The user was having a custom security role to which we had to add the permission for the following entities

  • Connection
  • Role
  • Connection role
  • User Dashboard
  • Note etc..

After updating the security roles with all the required permissions, we were able to use the App.

Hope it helps..


Using ILMerge for Plugin in CRM

If we make use of external assembly in our Plugin (sandboxed) we will get the exception of FileNotFound.

So here we can make use of ILMerge which basically merges the assembly referenced and the plugin into a single assembly.

Install the following NuGet Package.

This adds the following files in our Plugin project.

We need to set Copy Local as true for all our referenced assembly that we want to merge with our plugin.

We need to set Copy Local as false for all other assemblies that we do not want to be merged with plugin.

Just build the project and we are done.

The assembly inside Reflector: –

Hope it helps.

Caching Issue in The Portal Connector (TPC)

We had products configured from CRM to E Commerce settings in TPC. However, what we observed that any update that we are making to prices in the product is not reflecting to the end user using the Portal.

We cleared the cache, deleted the product form TPC did full synchronization etc. but still we were getting the same price for the products in the Product List.

In Product List

The price for the product (the same was the value in CRM)

However, for the end user in the portal the value was showing up the old value.

Eventually we ended up cloning up i.e. creating a new Product with exact same details and doing full synchronization inside TPC.

This worked.

Hope it helps..

Change Order Name and Payment Name Prefix in The Portal Connector (TPC)

To update the prefix, go to Administration – Settings

Then to Advanced

Then to Ecommerce settings

Scroll down to the bottom

Hope it helps..

Query CRM from The Portal Connector (TPC) through Saved Queries

Within The Portal Connector we can make use of Saved Queries to define Fetch XML Query.

Once defined we get a REST based URL which can be used from our client side script.

Login to the Portal and go to Saved Queries

Click on Create a Saved Query

Click on Build and create a Fetch XML Query

The fetch xml builder

We can see the parameter added to the query string.

To consume it we can make use of JavaScript widget

Click on Edit and define the JavaScript inside it to call the function

The JavaScript code.


setTimeout(function(){

// get the logged in user's email i.e. contact in CRM

var userEmail=tpc.identity.userEmail;

var resp = $.ajax({
url: "http://abc.crmportalconnector.com/SavedQueryService/Execute/loyaltypointsavedquery/" + userEmail,
async: false,
dataType: "JSON",
}).responseJSON;
if(resp != null && resp.data != null)
{
var lp = resp.data[0].Attributes.new_loyaltypoint;
document.getElementById("lp").innerHTML = lp;
}
}, 1500);

Hope it helps..

Using tpc.identity to get the logged in user details in JavaScript in The Portal Connector (TPC)

Recently while working in TPC, we had a requirement to get the details of the logged in user (which is basically a contact record in CRM).

To do so we can make use tpc.identity object in Client Side.

For e.g. contactId

Hope it helps..