Views:

Issue

This error message usually appears when there is a datatype mismatch defined within a Formula. An example of this is where the result of the Formula is a string but the target field you are trying to update is of type Whole Number.


Resolution 1

The first resolution of this issue is review the formulas you have defined for the entity that threw the error message and try to find a datatype mismatch between the result of a formula & its target property.

Resolution 2

The next resolution of this issue is enabled Dynamics CRM 2011's native tracing. The following KB article from Microsoft explains how to do this.

 https://support.microsoft.com/kb/907490

Did you know?

It is Faster, Easier and Smarter using North52

We help you deliver Dynamics 365 projects with complex decision logic/business rules:

FASTER.

Our no code business rules engine helps deliver CRM/CDS projects up to 10 times faster than using custom code.

EASIER.

Simple to use point-and-click interface to build simple or complex business rules.

SMARTER.

Lower your project risk and slash ongoing maintenance costs.

Learn more about the North52 Decision Suite