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Suresh Maurya
Dynamics CRM Consultant at IBM

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Connect To Microsoft Dynamics CRM Using Organization Service

Simplest way of connecting to Microsoft Dynamics CRM is using OrganizationService.

OrganizationService constructor can take connection string or CrmConnection object as parameter.

public OrganizationService(string connectionStringName);
public OrganizationService(CrmConnection connection);

Method 1

Pass the connection string name to constructor.

IOrganizationService service = new OrganizationService("connection");

Entity entity = new Entity("account");
entity.Attributes["name"] = "This is my sample account";

service.Create(entity); 

Method 2

In CrmConnection constructor pass the connection string name, which further should be passed in OrganizationService constructor.

CrmConnection connection = new CrmConnection("connection");
IOrganizationService service = new OrganizationService(connection); //System.configuration

Entity entity = new Entity("account");
entity.Attributes["name"] = "This is my sample account";

service.Create(entity); 

CrmConnection requires following additional assembly to be referenced.

System.configuration 

Method 3

Use CrmConnection.Parse method to create CrmConnection object and pass that to OrganizationService constructor.

string connString="Url=http://crm.contoso.com/xrmContoso; Domain=CONTOSO; Username=jsmith; Password=passcode;";

CrmConnection connection = CrmConnection.Parse(connString);
IOrganizationService service = new OrganizationService(connection); //System.configuration

Entity entity = new Entity("account");
entity.Attributes["name"] = "This is my sample account";

service.Create(entity);

Connection String Examples

Using integrated on-premises authentication.

Url=http://crm.contoso.com/xrmContoso;

Using Active Directory authentication. 

Url=http://crm.contoso.com/xrmContoso; Domain=CONTOSO; Username=jsmith; Password=passcode

Using Microsoft account to connect to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.

Url=https://contoso.crm.dynamics.com; Username=jsmith@live-int.com; Password=passcode; DeviceID=contoso-ba9f6b7b2e6d; DevicePassword=passcode

Using Microsoft Online Services to connect to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.

Url=https://contoso.crm.dynamics.com; Username=jsmith@contoso.onmicrosoft.com; Password=passcode; 

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arketing Calendar in Microsoft Dynamics Marketing

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What is difference between database and disk deployment?

Plug-ins stored in the database is automatically distributed across multiple Microsoft Dynamics CRM servers in a data centre cluster and are included in database backups and redeployments. On-disk storage of plug-ins is useful for debugging plug-ins using Microsoft Visual Studio.

[Job] - Accenture: Microsoft Dynamics CRM, India

Accenture

Company: Accenture

Location: Mumbai, India

 

 
- Job description
"Role:- Developer
 
Years of experience:- 3 to 4 years
 
Must to have:-
• Plug-in - custom workflow activities, ribbon customizations, Silverlight, CRM Developer Toolkit
• Exposure to any development framework
• Should be able to create and debug Plugins - Should be able to create and debug Custom Workflow activities
• Should be able to do Ribbon customization - Understanding of Solutions - Understanding of the security in Dynamics CRM
• Should have understanding of using Developer Toolkit for Dynamics CRM
 
Good to have:
• Strong design and development skills
• Ability to design and develop flows
• Effectively communicates to internal and external stake-holders"

- Basic qualifications

Full Time Graduation

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