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QuoteWerks Help
Version 24 (Build 2.04) 
April 17, 2024

Follow these instructions for setting up the DataLink to pull additional MS CRM fields into your QuoteWerks document.


To setup the DataLink, click on Contacts-> Setup Contact Manager menu selection.  Highlight (if not already highlighted) MS CRM and click on the [DataLink Setup] button on the window.


The DataLink Setup window will open.  If you have not created a DataLink yet, the field will be blank:

Create, Edit, Delete DataLinks

The three icons on the top left of the window will allow you to create (), edit (), and delete () DataLinks.

Creating a new DataLink
In the following example we are going to walk through how to pull the account number field from MS CRM and have it populate a CustomText field on the Custom tab.  You can pull this and many other fields through the DataLink mapping window, but you will need to create a new DataLink for each field you would like to populate however.  
Step 1: Click on the create () button.
Step 2: On the next window (DataLink Mapping), change the first drop-down menu to RetrieveSoldTo, RetrieveShipTo, or RetrieveBillTo or CRMOppHeader_CreateUpdate or CRMOppItem_CreateUpdate. Your selection here will determine when the field from MS CRM is pulled into QuoteWerks (i.e. the filed data is pulled in when pulling the contact details into the Sold to, Ship to, or Bill to fields or when creating/updating the Opportunity).

Step 3: Under the External System ID field, change the drop down to MSCRM.

Step 4: On the next field of Assign Field Mapping click on the radial button for Read into QuoteWerks.

Step 5: The drop down for External System Field as Source will list the fields available from MSCRM.  Select the field you would like to pull into QuoteWerks.

Step 6: Once your External field as source is selected, choose the QuoteWerks field that you would like the data from MSCRM to populate in the QuoteWerks Field as a Destination.

Step 7: Click [Ok] to complete the DataLink Mapping.


Editing an existing DataLink
To edit an existing DataLink, highlight the link and click on the edit () button.  This will open the DataLink Mapping window and allow you to change any of the fields previously set for that DataLink.


Deleting an existing DataLink
To delete an existing DataLink, highlight the link and click on the delete () button.  This will remove that specific DataLink from your system.  Please note, this cannot be undone.


Disabling a DataLink

Disabling a DataLink will let users disable the DataLink from working without having to remove the link.  This is very useful if you need to stop a DataLink from working for a period of time, but do not want to remove it from the DataLink list.  
To disable a DataLink, highlight the DataLink and click on the checkbox for Disable DataLink.  Uncheck it to re-enable the DataLink.