October 2018 Dynamics 365 CRM On-Premises Deployment Copy Production to Development

Have you ever wondered, how do you copy or clone a Dynamics 365 CRM On-Premise Database and Organization Export from Production to Development anyway?

Please check out this absolutely free Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM on-premises production to development mirroring training / reference guide. This free Dynamics 365 Training guide by Dynamics Edge tells you how to copy on-premise data from Dynamics 365 CRM to a new deployment for backup purposes or for the purposes of creating a dev copy (e.g. development environment). Please note that this information is for reference purposes only and is not warranted or guaranteed, Dynamics Edge is not responsible for anything that happens as a result of you relying on this free information below. Please call or contact Dynamics Edge if you need any help or have any questions prior to starting on any of the below steps.

In order to copy a Dynamics 365 CRM On-Premise from Production to a separate, brand new mirrored on-premise instance for backup, staging or development, you should actually redeploy the underlying organization’s database. You may want to do this so that on-premise you create a development environment for testing. For example, you may want to customize the system without affecting the live environment. This would also be an effective way to take a full backup of Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM on-premises, also sometimes known as Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement on-premise version. It is usually straightforward how to copy from Microsoft Dynamics 365 Online Sandbox to Production or vice versa, but it is Microsoft Dynamics 365 on-premises to on-premises duplication, cloning, backup, or copying, that is often overlooked, is somewhat less straightforward, but is also very important to know.

Fully Back up your SQL Server Databases

Prior to starting on any database modification operation, ensure you have a full, working backup of your whole SQL environment and cluster, including databases, configuration, etc, if possible. Most professional enterprises already have fully-working mirrors of their entire production SQL database environment for this purpose. There is always a risk inherent in any database modification operation. In fact, if you do not have a regular backup system in place for your SQL environment, you may even end up losing the data due to normal events such as hardware failure, data corruption, and so on. You may skip this step if you want (but not very safely).

Back up the relevant SQL Server Database

Assuming you have either done the above, or have chosen to skip the above at your risk:
Start by looking for the specific SQL database hosting your D365 CRM organization. Utilize Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to make a backup of the actual production database that is hosting Dynamics 365 CRM data.

You start out by launching the Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio software.
You then would log in with the right credentials and connect to the actual instance where the "MSCRM" (Dynamics 365 CRM) database elements are located.
Go to databases by expanding it on the left side and after this, you should right click on the specific database hosting the data for your CRM (Dynamics 365) organization.
Now, navigate to Tasks > Backup and then click on Backup Database to start the backup process, which first is preceded by a series of prompts.

You will be prompted now to set the destination path of your backup. Select a path you want. You will also be prompted to set the Database Backup Name – choose a name as well. Press the OK button. This actually starts the SQL server database backup.

Create a new deployment with SQL Server

You should now deploy the database you just copied.

Start by creating a brand new database. Type in a name for the new database. Use something like YourOrganizationName_MSCRM for the name of the database. You may modify the file path of where the logs and database are going to be stored if you want to. Click the OK button. This will create the new database. Now go ahead and right click on this brand new database and the navigate to Tasks > Restore > Files and then go to Filegroups. In the case that you are unable to view the new database, you may try clicking on the refresh button to update the list of databases and then try this step again. Now, click on Add and then select your new database. Click OK on the database select and click OK on the device. Where it says ‘General’ you should probably make sure that the ‘Restore’ option is checked or enabled there. Now you restore the database. Look at the options tab and then choose the option to to overwrite the existing database (WITH REPLACE). You want to do this since you want to restore the database you backed up into the blank brand new database you just created, so it’s a mirror copy of your original org database.
Now you should issue the replace database SQL and click on OK. In case that the actual database restore seems to not be working, you might have success by making a connection to the master database in your cluster and then typing in then executing the following SQL statement to try and restore it through an SQL command. Use your own database name and database backup name for the example below.

RESTORE DATABASE YourOrganizationName_MSCRM
FROM DISK = 'YourOrganizationName_MSCRM.bak'
WITH REPLACE

Tell Dynamics 365 CRM About The New Database

We need to tell Dynamics 365 CRM about the new database. Use Microsoft Dynamics 365 Deployment Manager to do this. It is Dynamics 365 Deployment Manager that tells Dynamics 365 CRM about the underlying MSCRM_CONFIG database related to the brand new organization.

First you should open Microsoft Dynamics 365 Deployment Manager on your system. Now, choose ‘Organization’ towards the left side. Then, you should choose ‘Import Organization’ which is more towards the right. Go ahead and select the database instance, as well as the database to import, and then choose ‘Import Database.’ Now, click on ‘Next.’ At this point, please enter the unique database name and display name, which usually should be the same as the original. You should keep the report server URL the same way it already is. Now, choose automatic mapping. The option tries to map record owners with the relevant Active Directory users that are present within your own current environment. In the case that the automatic mapping does not work, what you can do is to go ahead and manually associate record owners to the proper Active Directory users in your environment. Now, if your actual security roles make users only be able to see records that they own, getting each and every owner mapped to the right Active Directory user in your environment becomes even more important in this case. For the mapping process, you would click on Next when you’ve done mapping, and you should get a valid result when the system verifies the mapping. Now, click on Next and then click on Import. What happens now is that the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Deployment Manager adds all of the relevant system hooks in order to cause your database to become part of your internal system deployment. After your new Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM deployment has completed, please try navigating to your brand new Dynamics 365 CRM Organization and see if your Microsoft Dynamics 365 On-Premises Organization clone / mirroring has worked successfully!

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Set up and configure organizational parameters (20 – 25%)
Model an organization
This objective may include but is not limited to: create models of organizations; create and configure organization hierarchies; create and modify retail operating units
Configure retail parameters
This objective may include but is not limited to: set up a retail store set up info codes and sub codes; assign and translate info codes; configure units of measure and conversion; define retail parameters; set up sales tax and sales tax overrides; describe and configure payment methods; configure payment connectors; set up credit card payment services; configure full-text search
Configure workflows
This objective may include but is not limited to: Describe retail workflow features; configure workflow prerequisites; create and configure workflows, activate a workflow; associate workflows with an organization; monitor workflow status
Integrate stores
This objective may include but is not limited to: configure and monitor Commerce Data Exchange services; test and troubleshoot Async client and server connectivity; view retail channel transactions; set up up store locator groups
Manage retail channels
This objective may include but is not limited to: build an online store; synchronize online store sales orders; create a call center
Set up and Configure Point of Sale (10 – 15%)
Perform Point of Sale (POS) set up processes
This objective may include but is not limited to: set up offline, functionality, receipt, Dynamics 365 Lifecycle Services LCS training, hardware, visual, email notification, and channel integration POS profiles; configure a receipt format; set up data distribution
Configure POS terminals with our Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Retail POS Training.
This objective may include but is not limited to: set up keyboard mapping groups; configure POS permission groups; create registers and POS devices; create screen layouts that use button grids and images; manage drawer operations
Configure barcodes and labels with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Retail Point of Sale Training.
This objective may include but is not limited to: create and view barcodes for specific products; print shelf labels; create barcode masks
Set up and Configure Products (15 – 20%)
Configure basic product parameters
This objective may include but is not limited to: create product dimensions and dimension groups; create a product; create and modify product attributes; create product features and assortments; create product relationship types and product relationships; create a product master or variant; create, assemble, disassemble, and sell product kits
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This objective may include but is not limited to: describe hierarchy types; create a category hierarchy; maintain hierarchies; bulk edit a category
Create and manage catalogs
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Manage delivery modes
This objective may include but is not limited to: set up delivery modes; add channels to delivery modes; add products to delivery modes
Manage direct delivery with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Retail Direct Delivery Training by Dynamics Edge.
This objective may include but is not limited to: set up direct delivery; configure products and sales orders for direct delivery; confirm direct delivery orders; create pick waves; set up the picking process; create a workbench; generate picking workbench sessions
Manage pricing discounts with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Retail Pricing Discounts Training.
This objective may include but is not limited to: create catgory pricing rules; discount products based on catalogs; set up affiliated pricing; adjust prices; create price groups; configure mix and match discounts; create quantity discounts
Connect vendor information to products
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Manage Retail Operations (15 – 20%) with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Retail Operations Training by Dynamics Edge.
Manage workers
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Generate retail information reports
This objective may include but is not limited to: identify available reports; identify available workspaces; perform recency, frequency, and monetary (RFM) analysis
Implement customer loyalty schemes and gift cards
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Manage journals
This objective may include but is not limited to: describe post statement actions; create and calculate a statement; view posted statements; configure batch processes for statements
Manage inventory replenishment with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Retail Inventory Replenishment Training by Dynamics Edge.
This objective may include but is not limited to: build replenishment rules; implement cross docking for product distribution; create a buyer’s push; create a replenishment hierarchy; create service categories
Manage a call center
This objective may include but is not limited to: create fraud rules; create a continuity program; create continuity orders; implement credit card and refund workbenches; configure check holds; set up credit limit checking; create rules for up-selling and cross-selling; set up target markets; create and use scripts
Conduct Retail Activities (25 – 30%)
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This objective may include but is not limited to: conduct a transaction; override a price; identify reason codes and hold codes; hold and recall a transaction; clear a hold
Manage sale orders
This objective may include but is not limited to: view detailed status information for a sales order; identify sales order cancellation constraints; configure price matching; configure prepayment
Manage customers
This objective may include but is not limited to: create a customer; check for duplicate customers; merge and unmerge customer records; create and configure cases; search for a customer
Manage drawer operations and daily operations with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Retail Drawer Operations Training and Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Retail Daily Operations Training.
This objective may include but is not limited to: perform opening procedures; conduct tender operations; perform overrides; perform closing procedures; open, pause, resume, and close shifts; clock in and out; create sales with cash or credit card payments; void transactions; accept returns
Manage installment billing
This objective may include but is not limited to: set up and configure installment billing; create payment schedules; add installments to a sales order; process installment billing payments
Manage returns and Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) processing with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Retail RMA Training Classes.
This objective may include but is not limited to: identify steps in the RMA process; create an RMA; configure process return options

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Our class 806894 Dynamics 365 – Development, Extensions & Deployment for Finance and Operations (AX) Exam MB6-894 Training may also be of interest to you based on these topics.

Understand the architecture and development environment (20-25%)
Describe the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations architecture
Describe the development environment; describe the components in the application stack; identify cloud architecture components; explain the server architecture; describe the layer architecture
Describe the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Retail architecture
Identify components of the retail solutions and their purpose; Describe differences and uses for the Retail Server and the Retail Store Scale Unit (RSSU); Describe hardware components; Describe and create components for the Modern Point of Sale (MPOS) and the Cloud Point of Sale (Cloud POS)
Manage development with Microsoft Visual Studio and Lifecycle Services (LCS)
Identify the windows and basic navigation of Visual Studio; describe differences between and uses for projects, models, solutions, and packages; describe and perform the build process; describe the features of LCS; use LCS to deploy hotfixes, manage assets, and complete the build process
Develop new elements by using Application Explorer (20-25%)
Create and manage labels and resources
Create new label files; create and use labels; describe elements and uses for labels; identify best practices for labels; identify uses for resources
Create and manage data types
Describe uses for base enumerations; create new base enumerations; identify best practices for base enumerations; describe primitive and extended data types; create new extended data types; identify key properties for extended data types; implement best practices for extended data types
Create and manage tables
Identify the components of a table; describe various types of table relationships; describe various types of table indexes; implement best practices for tables, relationships, and indexes
Read and Write Basic X++ (20-25%)
Describe the X++ environment
Identify the characteristics of X++ with Microsoft Dynamics AX X++ Training; use the code editor to write X++; describe the features of IntelliSense; identify basic syntax for X++; describe the use of common key words in X++ with Microsoft Dynamics 365 X++ Training; describe the features of the debugger; use the comparison tool; use the best practice checker
Work with X++ control statements
Work with variables, operators, conditional statements, and loops; use built-in functions; use communication tools
Work with classes
Create new classes; describe scoping events and parameters; describe inheritance; identify key best practices when writing X++
Manipulate data with X++
Identify techniques for data retrieval; explain uses for transaction integrity checking; insert, update, and delete records using X++; identify best practices for manipulating data with X++ with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Retail X++ Training
Manage exceptions in X++
Identify exception types; use try/catch statements; describe the features of optimistic concurrency control; describe best practices for exception handling with X++
Manage the User Interface and Security for Developers (20-25%)
Manage the user interface
Identify components of various form patterns; identify common form patterns and sub patterns; identify key properties for form elements; apply and validate form patterns; describe uses for tiles; describe how to join data in forms; implement best practices for form development
Manage the user navigation
Identify types of menu items; create menu items and menus; identify key properties for menu items; describe uses for menu items; implement best practices for menus and menu items
Manage security in the development environment
Describe the security architecture; describe the components of role-based security; create new privileges, duties, and roles in the application explorer; describe the extensible data security framework
Develop and extend retail components (15-20%)
Modify retail components
Describe the components of the Commerce Runtime (CRT) and how to extend the CRT; describe the components of the Commerce Data Exchange (CDX) and how to extend the CDX; Identify components of the retail architecture that can be extended; Describe how to extend various components of the retail architecture.
Deploy retail modifications
Describe how to package and deploy retail modifications into a source environment; review and apply retail hot fixes; create and deploy packages for retail; resolve conflicts and rebuild packages
Monitor retail components
Identify, use and extend diagnostics and monitoring tools for retail components; Identify, setup, and monitor data distribution and offline databases; Understand hot, warm, and cold paths for diagnostics and monitoring; Use events logs, and LCS to monitor and diagnose issues with retail components

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