Setting up Developer Toolkit for VS2019 with Core Assemblies(9.0)

Visual Studio 2019 is now available for developers and dynamics 365 CE version 9.x Software Development Kit (SDK) too. However Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit only supports for Visual Studio 2012, 2013, 2015 and it uses Dynamics 365 CE SDK 8.x assemblies and tools. This article to make Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit workable for VS 2019 … Continue reading Setting up Developer Toolkit for VS2019 with Core Assemblies(9.0)

Sending Dynamics CRM Execution Context to Azure Service Bus

Nowadays different software systems are connected with each other in different ways to exchange data and services among them. Also maintaining cloud spaces for hosting and using cloud services have become very popular in the industry. Dynamics CRM 2016 can be hosted as on premise and it’s available as Online as well and it supports exposing … Continue reading Sending Dynamics CRM Execution Context to Azure Service Bus

Team Foundation Service

Maintaining a Version Control System is an additional overhead for a software development team and its further difficult when the team members are connecting from different regions of the world from different networks. Some development teams use different tools with different programming languages and maintaining different types of source controls will be a challenge. Most … Continue reading Team Foundation Service

Debugging a Plug-in

Plugin is a .NET assembly that can be used to intercept events generated from the CRM system to perform a variety of actions. Some common plug-ins will perform a complicated update routine on CRM entities and\or attributes when it might be impractical to use Javascript or Workflow. Not like in most of the other developments, … Continue reading Debugging a Plug-in

Binding a Dictionary to a Drop Down List

Binding data from a Dictionary is not so challenging as “Key” and “Value” pairs can be used for the drop down list properties. Following code samples show the results after assigning data source to the drop down list. Before Dictionary genderDictionary = new Dictionary(); genderDictionary.Add(1, “Male”); genderDictionary.Add(2, “Female”); genderDictionary.Add(3, “Transgender”); this.ddlGender.DataSource = genderDictionary; this.ddlGender.DataBind();

Find public key token for a .NET DLL or assembly

You can get the public key token by using following command. Keep in mind that the dll should be a “Strongly Typed” one.c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\VC>sn -T C:\sdk\Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.dllMicrosoft (R) .NET Framework Strong Name Utility  Version 4.0.30319.1Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.Public key token is 31bf3856ad364e35