Here are few important points regarding Extend & Customize Microsoft CRM 3.0. There are many times readers asked about how to use different things regarding Extending & Customization of Microsoft CRM 3.0.
1. Microsoft CRM SDK.
2. Customize CRM inside Visual Studio.net
3. Intellisence of CRM in Visual Studio.net
4. Writing Callouts in Visual Studio.Net
Microsoft CRM SDK.
Download MS CRM SDK. This is the start point for any developer working in Visual Studio.Net wants to know about MS CRM Application customization & extendability points. If any body wants training, i can provide ms crm training of extensibility & customization as well.
Create IntelliSense Code Snippets for CRM
This is good article abotu Intellisense code of MS CRM. When developing an application that uses the Microsoft CRM SDK, you sometimes have to switch between different tools (for example: Visual Studio 2005, Microsoft CRM running in IE) to get the job done. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could modify your work flow so as improve your efficiency when coding. The following blog shows you how to customize Microsoft CRM entity schemas and dynamically update the related classes of those modified entities all within the Visual Studio 2005 IDE with complete IntelliSense support!
Customize CRM Data right inside Visual Studio 2005
This article describes frequently used application code which uses the Microsoft CRM SDK into Visual Studio.net 2005 code snippets. By creating a library of standard code snippets which make use of the Microsoft CRM SDK, you can reduce the amount of time required to develop Microsoft CRM related applications and also reduce the number of potential bugs introduced into your code!
Use Visual Studio 2005 to build CRM Callouts!
As many of you know that A callout is custom code which uses the Microsoft CRM SDK to extend and customize the core functionality of the Microsoft CRM product. Up until now, callouts had to be developed using Visual Studio .NET 2003 and not Visual Studio 2005. This article shows you how to write Microsoft CRM callouts using Visual Studio 2005! This is great article about writing call outs in VS 2005. But for compiling still required .Net 1.1.
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