Dynamics CRM and Azure Scheduler – The feedback loop

In my last article I showed how to build a simple command line exe, that could be deployed as an Azure WebJob. Furthermore I showed how to pass parameters to the WebJob, parameters that can be used to perform specific actions. For me this is enough information to stop the proof of concept, however that would not be fair to […]

Dynamics CRM and Azure Scheduler – The final pieces of the puzzle

Lately it has been quite hectic at the office, project deadlines were shifting, functionality was added and project issues had to be resolved. Not the most optimal situation to write blog articles. Fortunately, things calmed down. Time to pick up this quest again. In the previous article I focussed on the Azure webjob. It turns out that the basic techniques required to write web […]