{Dynamics CRM Trivia} 5 Questions for This Friday: It is all about the numbers

Just wanted to start something new and interesting, and wanted to see more interaction via my blog. So I have come up with the idea of a new series called Dynamics CRM Trivia.

Each fortnight there will be 5 multiple choice questions posted on a Friday on Dynamics CRM and you can send me answers in comments

below giving your details and I will publish all the correct answers and people who answered correctly in the next week.

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So, here it goes!

Question 1. What is the maximum size of solution that can be imported to CRM online?

A. 32.280 Mb

B. 42.210 Mb

C. 29.296 MB

D. 12.135 MB

Question 2. What is the default maximum size of CRM solution that can be imported for CRM On-Premise?

A. 8 MB

B. 2 MB

C. 10 MB

D. 6 MB

Question 3. What is the the default number of allowed active Business Processes for one entity?

A. 5

B. 6

C. 8

D. 10

Question 4. What is the maximum number of allowed active stages within one Business Process?

A. 40

B. 30

C. 20

D. 5

Question 5. What is the maximum number of default custom entities allowed in CRM online?

A. 300

B. 400

C. 500

D. 600

Happy CRMing, leave your answers in comments and Happy Weekend!

{QUICK TIP}ADD EVENTS TO SUBGRID ON LOAD AND SUBGRID CLIENT OBJECT MODEL IN CRM 2015 UPDATE 1

I have been going through the main features and see variety of blogs already available on various new features coming with Dynamics CRM 2015 Update 1. I found this useful bit of information in Pre-release documentation and sense it is

definitely a hidden gem which was quite needed scripting for Sub-grids:

Subgrid Client object model

The diagram below shows the objects you can access from a subgrid in a form.

So, basically Microsoft Dynamics team had come up with Object model for Subgrids:

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Document above referred from MSDN Pre-release content.

It adds a much needed OnLoad event as described in below text:

Subgrid OnLoad event

Subgrids load asynchronously from the form so you cannot reliably get access to the data in the subgrid in the form OnLoad event. But you can set an event handler for the OnLoad event of the subgrid.

This event will occur each time the data in the grid is refreshed, this includes when users sort the columns of a the grid.

There is no user interface to add new event handlers for this event, so you must use code in another event, typically the form OnLoad event to use the GridControl.addOnLoad method

to add event handlers to this event. Use the GridControl.removeOnLoad method to remove event handlers for this event.

More documentation can be found here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn932137.aspx#BKMK_SubgridObjectModel

As this is pre-release documentation, some of it can change.

Hope it helps!