Microsoft Dynamics CRM API Development for Online and On-Premise Environments

  • By Mark Beckner, Triston Arisawa
  • Pages 88
  • Year 2013
  • Publisher Apress
  • Language en
  • ISBN 9781430263463
  • File Size 3.25 MB
  • File Format PDF
  • Download Counter 526
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Ebook Description

Microsoft Dynamics CRM has a robust API that includes web services and an extensive SDK. As you develop CRM Plugins and custom integrations, you will find that there are many complexities and challenges associated with successfully interacting with this API. In order to ensure that you have all of the tools necessary to achieve success with CRM development, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 API Development presents the essential aspects of API development including plugin development and registration. In addition to Plugins, you will work through building out several integrations that work with both the SDK and the Web Service layer. You will also build a C# application that creates records within CRM using the API, work with Scribe Online for integration and migration, design reports that read data from CRM using FetchXML, and interact with the OData REST service using JScript. Once you’ve worked through the various topics presented, you will find that you will have the advanced skills required for working with CRM 2011 Online and On Premises. Foreword by Ismail Nalwala, Principal, IOTAP. What you’ll learn Learn to develop, test, and deploy CRM Plugins Create custom integrations using the CRM API Create applications that interface with the SDK and CRM Web Services Use JScript to read and write data using the OData REST service Design SSRS reports that interact with CRM using FetchXML Who this book is for Experienced Microsoft Dynamics CRM developers new to version 2011, and all CRM developers new to Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Also for C# developers wanting to learn Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Table of Contents Plugins and Workflow Activities External .NET Applications Integration and Migration JScript and the REST Endpoint API Reporting

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