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xRMCIFramework 6.1.0.0

Rating:        Based on 8 ratings
Reviewed:  6 reviews
Downloads: 2908
Change Set: 35347
Released: Aug 5, 2014
Updated: Sep 6, 2014 by waelhamze
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Release Notes

Support for:
  • Dynamics CRM 2013 SP1
  • Team Foundation Server 2013 (Only required for Custom Build Template)

Main features:
  • Custom Dynamics CRM PowerShell Cmdlets
    • Actions to support the automation of builds and deployments of Dynamics CRM components
  • Dynamics CRM 2013 TFS Build Template
    • Export CRM Solution
    • Pack Solution (using solutionpackager.exe)
    • Manage Solution Version
    • Import CRM Solution
    • Import CRM Deployment Package
    • Integrate with Visual Studio Release Management
  • Sample PowerShell Scripts
    • Import Solution
    • Deploy CRM Deployment Package
    • Extract Customizations (From your CRM development environment to your source control solutionpackager.exe)

Reviews for this release

     
This is really working great for us in implementing CICD for CRM Solutions
by KhanPinewood on Mar 2 at 1:51 PM
     
Tying all things xRM Business to all things xRM Extension in one shared language between business think and developer think is so awesome !
by astanton4 on Feb 19, 2015 at 1:37 PM
     
An excellent piece of add-on that very much fills in the gap with regards to automated deployments. Enables rapid deployment cycles and supports agile development. As an agile practitioner/project manager I have found this tool very useful for my team. Thanks Wael for supporting the community.
by AmanBhandari on Dec 10, 2014 at 5:12 PM
     
Awesome! I have successfully configured it to have a TFS build which can generate CRM solutions and deploy them to our DEV server!
by hoangphamcodeplex on Sep 19, 2014 at 6:24 PM
     
Highly recommended!
by pbjork on Sep 11, 2014 at 9:16 PM
     
Excellent framework for CI. Really simplifies the build process especially if you read Wael's blogs describing how to install and get the builds working. Highly recommend this for any crm development team looking for builds, CI or otherwise.
by conorsimpletrees on Sep 8, 2014 at 11:01 AM