| Posted: Tue, Apr 10th '12 |
Accessing Microsoft CRM 4.0 data using web services|
Joris Peolmans . Page Views: 4
A couple of days ago I wanted to write a plugin for Excel 2010 which would allow me to do lookups in Microsoft CRM 4.0 for adding extra information to a worksheet. I was pleasantly surprised at how easy this was. Microsoft CRM 4.0 exposes all of its data through the CrmService web service - http://[server:port]/mscrmservices/2007/crmservice.asmx which exposes a number of interesting methods ( see CrmService Common methods) of which one is the CrmService.Fetch method which allows for retri [read more].
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