Development 101: Note to self – PostRetrieveMultiple behaviour in PlugIn

Last week I was working on an integration project where I had to integrate SharePoint Online and CRM Online. Today my project manager approached me and told me that the connector I wrote was not working as expected. The job of the connector was to show a list of documents inside a portal. Some of […]

Dilemma: Where do I store my custom settings?

This week I was developing a plugin that needed to retrieve information from an external system. As the solution in which the plugin is running has to be deployed on a different environment I didn’t want to hard code the connection settings in my solution. As far as I can see there are three options to store custom […]

Development 101: Note to self – Plugin versioning

Today I finished developing a plugin. As the new plugin was part of a project containing more plugins, I updated the version number in the AssemblyInfo.cs from 1.0.0.0 to 1.1.0.0. I compiled the solution, ran ILMerge and fired up the plugin registration tool. I connected to my environment, picked the existing plugin assmbly and performed the upgrade […]

Hello world

I’m glad you found this blog. This blog will be dedicated to all things related to Microsoft Dynamics CRM. I’ve been fulltime involved in professional software development since 1995 as an employee of several software companies and as freelancer. Since 2001 I’ve been specializing myself in the nobel art of Microsoft .NET development. As of 2005 I […]