Tag Archives: CRM

Use OAuth to Authenticate with the CRM Web Services

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Rate this postHey guys, Today I’m going to talk about an interesting sample on Windows store apps which will go connect with CRM using Oauth. You’ll need a working knowledge on the following ADAL (Active Directory Authentication Library) – Available on Nuget ADFS 3.0 Window Store Apps A bit of Fiddler (Optional) I’m trying to… Read More »

Tool for troubleshooting authentication using CRM SDK

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Rate this postHello Folks, Finally I was able to spend some time out to work on shorter code for CRM connection using late bound approach. More than the helper concept the idea is about a universal application which can help you troubleshoot/isolate the issues with CRM authentication. The blog as an application attached where you… Read More »

CRM Early Bound Entity Classes in Code Vs. .NET Traditional LINQ (Entity Framework)

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Rate this postHello Folks, I have been always writing some basic sort of examples on CRM scripting / SDK. This time I have brought down this to .NET core feature called “Entity Framework” versus “CRM SDK”. This article is useful is people who are quite familiar with LINQ but are new to CRM entity classes.… Read More »

CRM Plug-in Development – What should you be aware of?

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Rate this post Today I’m kicking off the posts on plugins. I dedicate today’s post to CRM developers who are planning for plugin development. I have collected and provided all the information that you would need to understand before you start architecting your plugin. Before we get started, please check the prerequisites that you should… Read More »

Issues authenticating to CRM Online organizations “An unsecured or incorrectly secured fault was received from the other party”

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Rate this post Hello Developers, This article is most interesting and life saver for who are in trouble with authenticating to CRM Online organizations. Microsoft recently announced about moving organization to integrated O365 environment. Looks awesome!! Does this mean you’ll need to revisit your code?? Yes you will need to 🙂 I’ve framed couple of questions… Read More »