Tip #810: Using Fiddler with Xrm Tooling

Old violin

Sometimes it’s very useful to see what requests are flying forth and back between your code and Dynamics 365. The tool of trade is, of course, Fiddler. Fiddler allows https traffic analysis by using man-in-the-middle interception using self-signed certificates. If you are using Xrm Tooling and, specifically, CrmServiceClient then you quickly find that the following code: […]

Tip #798: CrmServiceClient and multiple instances

Reduce reuse recycle

If you are using Microsoft.Xrm.Tooling.Connector.CrmServiceClient and relying on nuget to reference the assembly in your project (as you should) then you need to be aware of what seems to be an odd behavior but is, in fact, a bug fix. Run the following code: And get: Wait a minute, what? Same user and org? Despite […]

Tip #556: Rumors about Microsoft.Xrm.Client death are exaggerated

Update 18-Nov-2016: Bugs reported have been fixed and there are no compelling reasons (beyond the support of the existing codebase) to continue use of Microsoft.Xrm.Client. One thing you’d notice about Dynamics CRM 2016 SDK is that some of the assemblies has gone MIA. For example, Microsoft.Xrm.Client, a home to some useful developers extensions, including a […]