From the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blogs: Alternate Keys; Debugging Tablet App; Record-Level Restrictions; Decompile DLLs

A selection of the latest insight from the Dynamics CRM blogs:

  • Utilizing Alternate Keys in Dynamics CRM Integrations
  • Dynamics CRM App for Tablet Issue on Instances Upgraded from CRM 2011
  • Dealing with record level access restriction with Dynamics CRM
  • CRM 2015 - How to Decompile a Plugin Assembly (DLL)

Utilizing Alternate Keys in Dynamics CRM Integrations

On the PowerObjects blog, JoeCRM talked about one of the challenges of integrating external data with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. The problem is that when you update a record via the API, you have to know the GUID (globally unique identifier) of the record.


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