Tip #810: Using Fiddler with Xrm Tooling

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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 #330: When should you use CRM as a development platform?

Time for another mini truck stop, folks. In a recent discussion, Donna “I’m on a boat” Edwards asked When does it make sense to use Dynamics CRM as a development platform vs. building your own application from scratch? Shan “Grillmaster” McArthur had a great response: The best way to estimate the strategic value and/or ROI of […]