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I have a confession to make: I neglected my blog, because every free minutes of my life was spent to prepare my extreme running. Sorry!
Ben’s great article about impersonation.
What is the impersonation? Let me provide you a short definition:
“Impersonation is used to execute business logic (custom code) on behalf of a Microsoft Dynamics CRM system user to provide a desired feature or service for that user. Any business logic executed within a plug-in, including Web service method calls and data access, is governed by the security privileges of the impersonated user.”
This post shows how to use SparkleXRM solution to add a bit of sparkle to the otherwise slightly neglected connections feature in Dynamics CRM.
Dynamics CRM allows you to easily update fields on records using their bulk edit functionality. Records that you can query and return back in a list/grid can all be edited using this functionality…
New functionality added to the templates…
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