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Hi, am getting the message while saving the custom entity record. The message is "You need a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online license to continue - You do not have a license to use Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online." This is happening recently. Initially its worked. It occurs only for single entity.
In Download log file, message shows "Unhandled Exception: System.ServiceModel.FaultException`1[[Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.OrganizationServiceFault, Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk, Version=188.8.131.52, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35]]: The user has not been assigned any License".
Please help on this. Thanks.
Check if this user has a license assigned in the Admin Console (Office 365)
Peter, This is happening for all the users even System Administrator role also.
Only for that particular entity? Or does it happen on every entity, e.g. account, contact, etc.?
Only on one entity which is custom entity.
Is a plugin registered on that entity (create and or update)?
Is this the entire log you get? No further information (e.g. GUID of the respective user)?
Yes, plugin registered for Create and Update. I tried to debug by profiling Create step but same error is showing again.
How ist the step registered. The important information will be, under which user's context will it run.
Possible values are "Calling User", or a named user. If it is a named user, check if this user has a license.
If this doesn't help, is impersonation implemented within the plugin?
Just for testing purpose: does the error still occur when you disable these steps?
Peter, the issue is with the workflow for this entity whose owner is disabled recently. After assigning this workflow to enabled user, its got worked. Thanks for your reply.
Great that you have figured it out!
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