Microsoft CRM 2015 New Feature – Drilling into Calculated Fields – Part 1


C/xRM Ramblings

Since this will be my last post for 2014, I wanted to start to concentrate on another new capability in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015, The Calculated Fields functionality. I plan on handling this the post as I did with the Roll-up functionality, in two parts.

The first section of this post will be a synapsis of the functionality taken from the Microsoft TechNet Help file. I will finish up the post with a simple example. Part 2 will be focused on a few more detailed examples along with so tips and tricks.

Benefits:

  • Using Calculated Fields you can automate manual calculations used in your business processes, (Yes you could do simple calculations using out of the box workflows, although, you would require several steps to complete in workflow processes).
  • You have the ability to create calculations based on conditional logic, using common if-then logic with the ability to nest…

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