Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online - Guided Processes Demo
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online helps improve team effectiveness with consistent and streamlined processes. Organizations can create customized automated workflows without the need for expensive or complex application development.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online - Data Duplicate Detection
This video will guide you through the data duplicate detection settings available with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. We'll walk through creating duplicate detection rules and running duplicate detection jobs.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011: Creating a Planning Activity
Microsoft Dynamics Social Engagement 2015 Update 1 - New Features
Disassociate Records In Microsoft Dynamics CRM Using Early Bound
To disassocite records in Microsoft Dynamics CRM use IOrganizationService.Associate(entityName, Guid, Relationship, EntityReferenceCollection) method.
Entity logical name
The ID of the record to which the related records are associated.
The name of the relationship to be used to create the link.
A collection of entity references (references to records) to be associated..
This method is implemented by OrganizationService class and OrganizationServiceContext generated in previous chapter.
Using Early Bound
Following example demonstarates how to disassociate a contact with three accounts in Microsoft Dynamics CRM using early bound
// Associate the accounts to the contact record.
// Create a collection of the entities that will be
// associated to the contact.
EntityReferenceCollection relatedEntities = new EntityReferenceCollection();
relatedEntities.Add(new EntityReference(Account.EntityLogicalName, _account1Id));
relatedEntities.Add(new EntityReference(Account.EntityLogicalName, _account2Id));
relatedEntities.Add(new EntityReference(Account.EntityLogicalName, _account3Id));
// Create an object that defines the relationship between the contact and account.
Relationship relationship = new Relationship("account_primary_contact");
//Associate the contact with the 3 accounts.
_service.Associate(Contact.EntityLogicalName, _contactId, relationship,
Console.WriteLine("The entities have been associated.");
//Disassociate the records.
_service.Disassociate(Contact.EntityLogicalName, _contactId, relationship,
Automatic Workflows, Security and Scope: CRM4
Microsoft Dynamics Marketing 2015 Update 1 New Features and Enhancements Training