Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK Version 5.0.10 is now live on MSDN downloads and on the MSDN library. Here’s some of the many additions and updates you’ll find in this release:
Updated assemblies for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Update Rollup 7.
New performance information about retaining a service proxy instance throughout an application’s session and about allowing the system to generate GUIDs for better performance.
Active Directory and Claims-Based Authentication
Performance Best Practices
A new topic with guidance about two types of read-only forms: the new read-optimized forms included in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Update Rollup 7 and the Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Microsoft Office Outlook reading pane.
Design Considerations for Read-Only Forms
Updated sample code to include a demonstration of the following messages: RetrieveAttributeChangeHistoryRequest and RetrieveAuditDetailsRequest.
Sample: Audit Entity Data Changes
Updated sample code to demonstrate how to retrieve the members of a list without specifying the entity type for the list member, such as a lead, contact, or account.
Sample: Distribute Campaign Activities to Dynamic and Static Lists
Added a new sample to show how to retrieve PrincipalObjectAttributeAccess (secured field access) records.
Sample: Retrieve Secured Field Access Records
Added a new sample showing how to retrieve records that are related to a specified record. In this sample, the opportunities are rolled up by their parent account.
Sample: Rollup Records Related to a Specified Record
Updated the walkthrough and added a new sample that demonstrates how to create a workflow in code.
Walkthrough: Create a New Workflow in Visual Studio
Sample: Create a Workflow in Code
Updated the Deployment Web Service sample code to correct an authentication problem and added a Visual Basic version of the sample code in the download package.
Sample: Use Deployment Service Messages
See the complete list of new and updated samples and links to all the new topics in the Release History on the first page.
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