How to Integrate ECM with ERP in Your Workplace

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Microsoft SharePoint is incredibly versatile as it provides various functions which are traditionally separate applications: intranet, extranet, content management, document management, personal cloud, enterprise social networking, enterprise search, business intelligence, workflow management, and more.

Organizations have been trying to digitize and automate their AP processes since the first scanner even appeared. Though, digitizing documents is usually the first step, we see that time and time again organizations either have a standalone solution, or those eager to advance have tried to acquire high quality scanners thinking at least they’ll have scanned copies, and they can see their invoices stored somewhere on their desktops, then sending multiple versions through emails and in the end, they have even more of a mess than what they began with when it originated from only a single hardcopy.



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Create and Edit DocumentDB Server Side Scripts in the Azure Preview Portal

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The DocumentDB Script Explorer now supports creating, editing, and deleting stored procedures, user-defined functions, and triggers! You can read more about DocumentDB server side programming here.

Now, let’s get started with the new functionality.  Within Script Explore, click the applicable command depending on the type of script you wish to create.



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Adventures in High Speed Networking on Azure

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The ASP.NET team have been testing experimental server designs in their Smurf Lab and recently moved it to a 10GbE network. We quickly created a http echo server based on similar principles to our game server networking; hoping to validate whether there was any inherent “cost” in using managed C# rather than a lower level, closer to the metal, language.


f we can go from an empty cache browser request in Europe to East Coast US and back – twice; a total distance of over 17,400 miles / 28,000km, though load balancers, on regular ASP.NET 4.6 (rather than the leaner newer ASP.NET 5) in the Azure cloud to web page complete for a 238 KB website in under 363ms (favicon.ico ignored); then there is something very, very wrong with those latencies for a simple “Hello, World!” response under 200 bytes; presumably between VMs in the same datacenter! And this is prior to applying of our more recent learnings from this testing, which we shall obviously be doing now!


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Connecting to Dynamics CRM Online with Power BI

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It  provides the ability to  connect to a number of online services and one of these is Dynamics CRM Online.

Once you have logged in successfully, Power BI will synchronize with your Dynamics CRM Online repository and provide a dataset representing your CRM data.

Accessing it from your Phone

Microsoft has an IOS, Windows Phone and Android app for viewing your dashboards.  This works well with Dynamics CRM data for getting access to your vital data at a glance while on the road!



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Azure Data Factory Visual Studio Extension for authoring pipelines

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ADF authoring experience and remove on-boarding and deployment challenges. The ADF extension in Visual Studio improves productivity and efficiency for both new and advanced users with tailored experiences and rich tooling.

ADF Visual Studio extension is integrated with the Azure SDK 2.7 and above for Visual Studio 2013.

Features enabled in this release:

  • Template based authoring
  • Integration with Solution Explorer for authoring and deploying Data Factory entities
  • Integration with Diagram view for visual interaction while authoring
  • Integration with Server explorer for browsing and interaction with already deployed entities
  • JSON editing with schema validation and rich intellisense
  • Multi-Environment publishing
  • Integrated support for deploying transformation activity execution code
  • Migrate data factory across multiple subscriptions



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Leveraging the OMS Search API in an Azure Automation Runbook

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The availability of the OMS Search API has enabled automation scenarios which involves alerting, notification and potential remediation based on log analytics data in Operations Management Suite (OMS).

In this blog post we will talk about a sample scenario for monitoring a honeypot account with an Azure Automation runbook . This runbook checks if someone has attempted to logon with this account on a specific server.

Our runbook will talk to the OMS Search API and is able to execute searches or can retrieve the results of a saved search. Based on the query results we can decide to take corrective actions or to invoke other runbooks for alerting and notification purposes.  During conversations with customers we have been asked many times if OMS has similar System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) task integration to take actions based on OMS search query results.



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How to move item between sharepoint lists – Office 365

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we can use sharepoint designer and workflow, and then we can just create source item in destination list and then remove source item from the parent list. Well, It’s too much work for me… Is there’s something else what we can do? Well, there’s very simple method which was already in old on premise sharepoint versions.



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