Analyze data with dashboards
Updated: November 29, 2016
Applies To: Dynamics 365 (online), Dynamics 365 (on-premises), Dynamics CRM 2016, Dynamics CRM Online
The dashboard entities in Microsoft Dynamics 365 enable you to present data from various charts, grids, IFRAMES, or web resources simultaneously. Dashboards allow you to compare and analyze various pieces of customer information, and give you data snapshots.
In Microsoft Dynamics 365, there are two types of dashboards: organization-owned dashboards and user-owned dashboards.
Organization-owned dashboard. An organization-owned dashboard is represented by the SystemForm entity, and can’t be assigned or shared. These dashboards are solution-aware entities in Dynamics 365. When you perform an update operation on this entity, you must publish the changes for the updates to be available across the organization. When you publish customizations using the PublishAllXmlRequest message, the newly-created organization-owned dashboards are also published and become available across the organization. Alternatively, you can publish the changes done to a specific dashboard by using the PublishXmlRequest message, and specifying the dashboard ID as the parameter in the request message.
User-owned dashboard. A user-owned dashboard is represented by the UserForm entity, can be assigned and shared with other users, and can be viewed by other users depending on the dashboard’s access privileges.
You can’t programmatically create or manage the new interactive dashboards introduced in Dynamics 365. For information about working with interactive dashboards using the web client, see TechNet: Configure interactive experience dashboards.
Understand dashboards: Dashboard components and FormXML
Actions on dashboards
Create a dashboard
Sample: Create, retrieve, update, and delete a dashboard
Sample: Assign a user-owned dashboard to another user
Visualization data description schema
Customize visualizations and dashboards
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