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This red asterisks in the amount illustrate yet another somewhat subtle advantage of process moves: the capability to require areas at a specific stage of a process. This would have required code in the previous version, and now in CRM 2013 we have two no-code means of doing it (the other being business guidelines). I mentioned above that business processes are designed to be authored by non-technical users. The default security roles in Dynamics CRM 2013 reflect this intention: all of the manager roles (name contains “Manager”) and anything above have permissions to activate one of these business process flows. I like business process moves, and I believe organizations shall get a lot of value from them.
This is all still new, and I earned’t state to have it completely groked yet. These plain things, on the other hand, get me all fired up since they solve problems I really do encounter every day. Real-time workflows – in the same way it sounds they should – run instantly. To appreciate the importance of this, it can help to involve some experience with workflow processes in previous versions, which always ran “asynchronously”, i.e., not instantly. Among the drawbacks of the was an individual experience: typically 15-30 secs elapsed between your triggering action and the noticeable result. What this meant was that workflows weren’t really ideal for functionality requiring a snappy UI. But that apparent changes with real-time workflows.
Referring to the following figure, let’s check out a simple example that illustrates how useful these plain things will be. Whenever a user selects a value in the Account lookup field, information from the account record should display in the USERNAME AND PASSWORDS section. The areas in this section are custom, and they map to corresponding fields on the accounts record. In the event that you created opportunities from the context of the account/customer form always, you could accomplish a similar thing with custom field mappings.
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The Weighted Revenue field should screen the product of Est. Revenue andProbability. Than being inserted personally Rather, the Topic field should be auto-filled, using theOpportunity Type and the Account fields to apply a standardized naming convention for our opportunity records. Requirements like these could be satisfied using workflow processes in previous variations…but not so well, because the lag time characteristic of async workflows doesn’t really work for things that users want to happen instantly.
But a real-time workflow can do this job nicely. In the designer, a real-time workflow looks similar from what we’re used to from earlier versions pretty, but with several variations. First, notice you can convert a real-time workflow to a background workflow, and vice versa. This isn’t one of those places where you can’t change your brain. Second, notice the “Before” and “After” options on the Start when sets off. This workflow is induced when a new opportunity is established so when certain areas change, so we don’t have any options. But workflows brought about by position changes and deletes do have the option of running before or after the operation.