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As part of the SP1 SDK update for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013, we got the new Package Deployer Tool. I was recently doing some research on this at TSG and thought I would write about what it is and how to use it.
1. We need to create a Deploy folder say in C:\Deploy
2. Then we copy the contents of the C:\CRM-SDK\SDK\Tools\PackageDeployer folder to the C:\Deploy folder.
3. Next we copy the contents of our package from say the projects bin\Debug folder into the C:\Deploy folder, you may be prompted to replace some files, so accept to replace the files.
4. Now we can run PackageDeployer.exe from C:\Deploy.
What if i have 3 csv files to be imported along with the solution? Do i need to place in PkgFolder or anything else? I am actually getting error while importing them so i need to manually import them which is not feasible solution. Please respond me ASAP.
The package deployer can be extended so you could extend using say the BeforeImportStage method and write some custom code.
However you might want to look at what you are doing as its not best practice to put dll's in the server bin folder. Something like ILMerge could combine dll's however you might run into problems with CRM Online, so I would avoid at all costs.
Hey If i want to replace the Dlls in respective directories then can we use this packageDeplyer??? e.g:-CRMadapter and CRMworkflow.Dlls we are sending to clients and befort import the managed solution they are replacing manually these both binaries in \\Bin\assembly folder path.
So can we set the destination path in package so when client will run this tool first it will replace in \\CRMWeb\Server\bin\Assembly and then it will import the managed solution.
Please respond me ASAP.
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