Safyr® for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Metadata Visualization and Discovery – powerful exploration software which enables you to access, understand, subset and share your Dynamics CRM tables, attributes, relationships and more.
Safyr® for Microsoft Dynamics CRM is a powerful metadata visualization and discovery technology product that your data analysts and data scientists can use to gain insight into and exploit the data architecture in your own customized Microsoft Dynamics CRM systems. This is a critical task for accelerating effective delivery of a wide range of information led projects. You utilise it to speed up the source data discovery process for many projects such as data catalog, data governance, data warehouse, data analytics, master data, data integration, data migration and more.
Safyr is particularly useful when a customer has significantly extended the set of standard Dynamics tables and/or has multiple instances of Dynamics CRM to manage. Where there are multiple Dynamics instances, Safyr’s comparison features can be used to quickly identify the differences between these systems.
Learn more about Safyr for MS Dynamics CRM below.
Safyr reveals details of all the tables in the Dynamics instance, including any ‘User Defined’ tables.
It’s easy to search the tables and to see the numbers of relationships to other tables in the Dynamics system, and the volume of physical data in each table, using the Row Count.
Show full details of a Dynamics CRM Table
Each table can be expanded to show all the Fields, the Primary Key and Foreign Keys, all based upon the definitions drawn from the Dynamics environment.
Safyr extracts Relationship information to help the user understand how Dynamics CRM joins tables. Using this information, details of the related tables for a given table can be displayed.
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Visualize Dynamics Tables as a Data Model
Tables can be grouped into Subject Areas with Safyr and then visualised as a Data Model diagram, either using Safyr’s built-in ERDiagrammer, or a range of popular data modelling tools including erwin, ER/Studio and PowerDesigner.