Category Archives: Views

Group’s Source View is not visible while creating a new Group

One of the best feature provided by Sage CRM is Groups, which is used for grouping a set of records of a particular entity. This functionality is available for all the standard entities of SAGE CRM i.e. Company, Person, Cases, Opportunity etc. This grouping can also be done based on a specific condition for example,… Read More »

Change the sequence of View Fields in SSA Field in Sage CRM

SSA fields prove to be one of the most efficient feature of Sage CRM in terms of searching as well as storing data in CRM. These fields can be created for any standard or customized entity. With the help of SSA fields, users can search records through a full-fledged search screen available within the field… Read More »

How to add Custom Entities into the Regarding field of Communication

For every business, communication is the most important aspect that needs to be managed appropriately. As you all know, Sage CRM has helped to manage all the business related chores such as maintaining Customer database, managing Enquires and Opportunities of these customers, logging of service tickets, and scheduling appointments and so on. The communication records… Read More »

How to get SQL Query of Groups created in Sage CRM

In Sage CRM, Groups feature allows you to create, edit, and save lists of people, companies, leads, cases, opportunities, quotes and orders based on defined filter criteria. Groups are based on the SQL views generated by queries. The views that are used to create group’s needs to be designed such that each row should return… Read More »

Sage CRM 2018 R3: Create a group of Persons who have not responded to a Consent Request

In our earlier blog, we explained about the new feature introduced in Sage CRM 2018 R2 i.e. Consent. It helped to capture the global and local legislation surrounding people data, including the GDPR in Sage CRM. In this blog, we will explain how you can maintain tracking of those persons who haven’t responded to the… Read More »

Make your Sage CRM Resource Planner Compatible with Sage CRM 2017 Release

The latest release of Sage CRM 2017 R1 and R2 expands your business horizon by introducing extended benefits and new features for enterprises. This includes an enriched user experience, simplifying navigation and providing faster access to information for the CRM users. Greytrix, a Sage ERP – Sage CRM Gold Development Partner, has enriched its CRM Product Suite… Read More »

Adding Custom Field on Sage CRM screen using .Net

Sage CRM provides System administrator with easy ways to add or remove fields from the system. Every screen and list in CRM draws its data from the views which are based on the SQL tables linked to a particular entity. Thus whenever a user needs to add a field belonging to a different entity, he… Read More »

Restrict users in creating Recurring Appointments

AS we know that Sage CRM’s Recurring Appointments feature allows appointments to recur based on defined recurring pattern. We use Recurrence button on New Appointment screen to create Recurring Appointments. New Stuff: How to increase search limit of Keyword Search By default, you can create maximum 200 recurring appointments in Sage CRM. Suppose, you want to… Read More »

Identifying Views to Create Reports in Sage CRM

Reports module has been proved a very essential as well as important part of Sage CRM. Reports not only helps in getting a clear idea of the ongoing work but also provides an overview of the historical data from the past years. In every Business organization, Managers or the Team Leaders are very much concerned… Read More »

How to alter View Script Field’s Data Entry size in Sage CRM

As we all know, Sage CRM works on SQL views to return records in response to user searches and to present relationships between different entities. For example, a view might list all the cases associated with a particular company that are assigned to a specific user. Creating advanced user-defined views entails administrators employing SQL operations… Read More »