Author: Taras Denysenko, Software Engineer
When installing a new SugarCRM instance with MS SQL Server, it is highly recommended to ensure that the database for SugarCRM has a Windows collation set, otherwise it might run into heavy performance issues on large amounts of data due to indexes not working as intended. To that end, unless your MS SQL Server instance has a Windows collation specified in its settings, it would be best to manually create a database to be used for installation, configuring it to use one of collations without the SQL_ prefix, instead of relying on SugarCRM installer to create a new database for you. Read more
Author: Maksym Nesterenko, Software Engineer
Quite frequently a user needs to highlight some information from the general mass. As a rule, sophisticated filters are used for that, which have evolved in SugarCRM 7 pretty well in terms of UI. However, only experienced users, who have already mastered SugarCRM, can afford complex manipulations with filters. But even they will rejoice when the system does “something” instead of them and will get a bit more user-friendly. Read more
Author: Andrey Dubinin, Software Engineer
In the process of software development, it’s not only hard to do without bug tracking systems, but it’s virtually impossible. Redmine system is especially convenient for such purposes.
It has everything we need: Read more