Welcome to 2015.
My last post concentrated on the basics of new calculated field functionality available in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015. Today, I am going to continue with an additional example using the string function, while adding a bit of complexity with the use of additional calculation functions now available.
If you would like to view Part 1 of series you can do so at this location.
At the completion of the examples I am going to post a few items you should consider when using the string calculated field functions and a few tips, based on my own experience.
Keep in mind the primary benefit of using calculated fields in your solution will allow you to create business process without the need for writing code. Also please note these functions are the beginning of what I believe will be expanded functionality going forward.
Scenario 1 (This is a…
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