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Suresh Maurya
Dynamics CRM Consultant at IBM

Associate Records in Dynamics CRM - Late Bound

Following example demonstrates how to associate contact to account in dynamics crm using late bound

public static void AssociateRecord(EntityReference contact, EntityReference account, IOrganizationService service)
// Creating EntityReferenceCollection for the Contact
EntityReferenceCollection relatedEntities = new EntityReferenceCollection();

// Add the related entity contact

// Add the Account Contact relationship schema name
Relationship relationship = new Relationship("contact_customer_accounts");

// Associate the contact record to Account
service.Associate(account.LogicalName, account.Id, relationship, relatedEntities);

Dynamics CRM 2011 Goals-Marketing Goals


Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011: Implementing Claims and IFD: Part 5

This session will cover the setup of claims with an un-trusted domain.

What is Impersonation ?

Impersonation is used to execute business logic (custom code) on behalf of a Microsoft Dynamics CRM system user to provide a desired feature or service for that user.

[Job] - Microsoft Dynamics CRM, India

Company: Accenture

Location: Hyderabad, India

Job description

Role:- Developer

Years of experience:- 3 to 4 years

Must to have:-

  •  Must have worked on CRM 011
  •  Must have worked on Dynamics CRM 4 or 011 version
  •  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:

  •  Exp in Silverlight - SSRS
  •  Strong design and development skills
  •  Ability to design and develop flows
  •  Effectively communicates to internal and external stake-holders"

Basic qualifications

Full Time Graduation

Get the most out of your free 30-day Dynamics CRM trial

Watch this video to get the most out of your free Microsoft Dynamics CRM trial. Invite others and let your team help you evaluate features. Check out the dashboard and get a feel for how things work using sample data or your own. Engage the in-app guidance and follow along as it shows you key capabilities and what to do next. And if you decide to buy there's no need to start over, because all of your work and data is completely and easily transferable.

Deployment Web Service in Microsoft Dynamics CRM

In Microsoft Dynamics CRM you can use the Deployment Web service (Deployment Service) as a programmatic alternative to using the Deployment Manager. This allows you to manage organizations, servers, and licenses for deployments of Microsoft DynamicsCRM.

With Deployment service you can create solutions to do the following:

  • Manipulate the organization entity to create, import, upgrade, enable or disable organizations. 
  • Retrieve and view Microsoft DynamicsCRM license information for a deployment. 
  • Update deployment configuration settings. 
  • Add or remove deployment administrators. 
  • Enable, disable, or delete servers.
  • Update settings that are stored in the configuration database.
  • Enumerate and change state of servers in the deployment.
  • The deployment service works with Windows integrated authentication (Active Directory) only.

Deployment service URL


Microsoft Social Engagement Quota Management

Microsoft Social Engagement is a social media monitoring and engagement solution that consumes social posts within an allotted per-month quota.  In this video, Philippe Kieffer demonstrates how to measure your expected posts per month against your quota, and how to manage posts if you are nearing your quota limit.

Dynamics CRM: The Linc Group

The Linc Group is a worldwide building services group that is using a full stack of Microsoft software including Microsoft Dynamics CRM to help their sales and field service teams.

IFD for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

This video covers the end-to-end process for configuring IFD which includes:

  1. Installing AD FS 2.0
  2. 2. Configuring the AD FS 2.0 federation server
  3. 3. Managing certificates
  4. 4. Configuring Dynamics CRM 2011 for claims-based authentication and IFD
  5. 5. Creating the relying party trust for CRM and configuring the claims rules on AD FS 2.0

You can find a white paper covering this information here:

Microsoft TechNet: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=212715

Microsoft Download Center: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=3621

Microsoft Dynamics CRM: User Experience is Critical

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