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hiI want to write a Wait pluginThat's when the user created a leadsThree days later, a task is created for him that you should contact the customerCan you please help me how to write this pluginIf you have an educational link, send it to meThanks
That is not doable using a plugin. The timeout of the plugin is 120 seconds so it won't wait for a few days. There are few ways to implement your task but as for me the best is "Waiting" workflow - blog.clickdimensions.com/.../
As mentioned above, recursive plugin is not possible in MS Dynamics CRM. However you can convert your plugin code in custom workflow and can be triggered using recursive workflow which will call your code after 3 days later.
To create custom workflow and recursive workflow, please refer below url:
hiI want to write a plugin that emails the customer three days later when a contact is registeredI do not want to use the a wait workflow because crm down when the number of contacts increases please help me?
hiI want to write a wait plugin that emails the customer three days later when a contact is registeredI do not want to use the a wait workflow because crm down when the number of contacts increases please help me?
I wouldnt try to do this in a plugin. Do you have access to Power Automate? You could schedule a flow there.
Then create an entity or maybe even use the email in a draft format, have the Power Automate flow run a List Records that meet criteria - sent scheduled date = today minus 3. Then either change the email to send (not sure you can do this is PA), or if you use a staging table to queue these emails - you can use the send email action in Power Automate.
If this is an option and you need more help let me know.
No duplicated threads, please.
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