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Developing Custom Solutions

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[Applies to: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0]

Find the latest SDK documentation: CRM 2015 SDK

This section describes how to program server-side code using the Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK.

In This Section

About the Web Services

Provides information about the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Web services, used when developing extensions for the product.

Accessing the Server Using the Web Service

Shows how to access the Microsoft Dynamics CRM server.

Retrieving the Web Service Version

Shows how to retrieve the Web service version number.

About the Assemblies

Provides information about the Microsoft Dynamics CRM assemblies, used when developing custom plug-ins and workflows.

Choosing Between the WSDL and Assemblies

Describes when you should use the WSDL vs. the assemblies for your development.

Support for Multiple Organizations (Multi-Tenancy)

Describes how the Web services work with multiple organizations.

Support for Offline Programs

Describes how the Web services support programs that work when disconnected from the server.

Web Service Authentication and Impersonation

Contains information about using impersonation when accessing the Web services.

Related Sections

Programming Tips

Illustrates best practices and programming tips for using this SDK.

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