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Post Entity Messages and Methods

[Applies to: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011]

A post represents an activity feed post. The posts are divided into auto-posts and manual (user) posts.

An auto-post is created as a result of an event, such as a creation of an opportunity or an invoice. An example of a manual post is a user adding or updating information on the account’s record wall.

Information about whether the post was created by a user (manual post) or generated by the system (auto post) is contained in the Source attribute. If not specified, it is set to manual post. To specify a regarding record, use the Post.RegardingObjectId attribute.

The early bound class for this entity is Post. The following table describes the messages for this entity, which you use with the IOrganizationService.Execute method.

 

Message Description

CreateRequest

Creates a post. You can also call the IOrganizationService.Create method.

DeleteRequest

Deletes a post. You can also call the IOrganizationService.Delete method.

noteNote
When you delete a parent post, all child comments and likes for this post are also deleted.

RetrieveRequest

Retrieves a post. You can also call the IOrganizationService.Retrieve method.

RetrieveMultipleRequest

Retrieves a collection of posts. You can also call the IOrganizationService.RetrieveMultiple method.

ImportantImportant
To retrieve a collection of posts with associated comments and likes, use the RetrieveRecordWallRequest message or the RetrievePersonalWallRequest message.

noteNote
The post entity is enabled for the bulk delete operation by default. You can schedule a bulk delete job to delete old or unnecessary manual and auto posts.

See Also

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011
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