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Resco Inspections can be combined with your Dynamics 365 organization and grant you access to powerful checklists and questionnaires.
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[[Resco Inspections]] can be combined with your [[Dynamics]] 365/CRM organization and grant you access to powerful checklists and questionnaires.
    
== Enabling Resco Inspections ==
 
== Enabling Resco Inspections ==
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To enable and use the Resco Inspections functionalities within Dynamics 365/CRM, first it is necessary to download and import the Woodford solution into your Dynamics 365/CRM instance. Woodford solution is a custom Dynamics 365/CRM managed solution developed and maintained by Resco that contains all the Resco components, including the Resco Inspections tools.   
 
To enable and use the Resco Inspections functionalities within Dynamics 365/CRM, first it is necessary to download and import the Woodford solution into your Dynamics 365/CRM instance. Woodford solution is a custom Dynamics 365/CRM managed solution developed and maintained by Resco that contains all the Resco components, including the Resco Inspections tools.   
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More information on how to install the latest version of Woodford into Dynamics 365/CRM can be found here: https://docs.resco.net/wiki/Woodford#Microsoft_Dynamics.  
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More information on how to install the latest version of Woodford into Dynamics 365/CRM can be found [[Woodford#Microsoft_Dynamics|here]].  
    
==== New app project  ====
 
==== New app project  ====
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The next step is to open the Woodford configuration tool in Dynamics 365/CRM settings and create a new app project using the “Inspector” project template – this is a project specifically designed for the inspection use case; Resco Inspections feature is already enabled here.  
 
The next step is to open the Woodford configuration tool in Dynamics 365/CRM settings and create a new app project using the “Inspector” project template – this is a project specifically designed for the inspection use case; Resco Inspections feature is already enabled here.  
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Note: If you already use the Resco technology and have an existing/customized app project in Woodford, go to chapter 1.3 to see how to enable Resco Inspections in an existing app project.  
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{{Note|If you already use the Resco technology and have an existing/customized app project in Woodford, go to the [[Resco_Inspections_on_Dynamics_365#Existing_app_project|next chapter]] to see how to enable Resco Inspections in an existing app project.}}
    
Detailed steps for Dynamics 365 Online:  
 
Detailed steps for Dynamics 365 Online:  
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In the web browser (we suggest using Chrome) log into your Dynamics 365 organization and switch to the Resco Suite app:  
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# In the web browser (we suggest using Chrome) log into your Dynamics 365 organization and switch to the '''Resco Suite''' app.<br>[[File:01 Resco Suite app.png|600px]]
Click on Woodford to open the Woodford tool:  
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# Click '''Woodford''' to open the Woodford tool.<br>[[File:02 Woodford.png |600px]]
 
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# Navigate to App Projects and click New -> in the New Project Wizard select Type = Standard User -> choose Inspector template from the gallery -> click Next.
# Navigate to App Projects and click New -> in the New Project Wizard select Type = Standard User -> choose Inspector template from the gallery -> click Next:
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# Specify New App Name (e.g. Inspector App) and click Next.<br>[[ |600px]]
# Specify New App Name (e.g. Inspector App) and click Next:
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# In the last step specify the name of your project (e.g. Inspector Project), select the security roles this project will be associated with and click Create.<br>[[ |600px]]
# In the last step specify the name of your project (e.g. Inspector Project), select the security roles this project will be associated with and click Create:
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# Finally open the new app project and publish it.<br>[[ |600px]]
# Finally open the new app project and publish it:
   
# Now you can go to the Questionnaire Designer and create a questionnaire template (chapter 1.4).  
 
# Now you can go to the Questionnaire Designer and create a questionnaire template (chapter 1.4).  
  

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