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UPD – 1)Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 / 2013 / 2011 SDK Example Index

Source – http://bit.ly/TdMhig

It should be said that by far, the top page (other than the homepage) was my CRM 2011 SDK Example Index , But that doesn’t really count since it’s just a listing of MANY of my other blogposts.  It has probably been one of my biggest achievements within the community and I know it has helped a lot of people.

Ok, on with the countdown!

First the TOP 5

5. Instantiating a Service Object Within a Plug-in in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011
Ok, This one probably only got so many hits because it was linked on so many of my other posts in the last two years.  It is a simple example of the correct way to instantiate a service object in a plugin.

4. How to: Retrieve the Metadata for an Entity Using Jscript or .NET Using the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 SDK
This illustration shows you how to retrieve metadata for an entity using SOAP (JScript) or C# (.NET) with the RetrieveEntity message against the CRM 2011 organization service.

3. CRM 2011 Jscript Soap Request Formatter RELEASED!!
This is my tool I created that allows you to take soap envelopes captured from .NET calls (using the SDK SoapLogger for C# or my derivative work for VB.NET) and instantly convert those to JSCRIPT!

2. How to: Get and Set a Lookup Value in Jscript in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011
This is one of those posts that came from the fact that there are a lot of questions in the forums that relate to this topic and there are a lot of good posts that demonstrate either how to set a lookup value or get a lookup value, but there aren’t many that show both.  So that is what we I did.

1.  RetrieveMultiple Calls in Jscript in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011
RetrieveMultiple is probably the most common call you will have to format up in your Microsoft CRM career,  It has been for me anyways.  I wanted to give you a couple examples of how to do this in Jscript.  The first one is taken partially derived from the SDK that contains a linkentity (join) and the second is a simpler call that is a basic call that has criteria (where clause) but no links (joins).


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