PublishXmlRequest.ParameterXml Property

 

Updated: November 29, 2016

Applies To: Dynamics 365 (online), Dynamics 365 (on-premises), Dynamics CRM 2016, Dynamics CRM Online

Gets or sets the XML that defines which solution components to publish in this request. Required.

Namespace:   Microsoft.Crm.Sdk.Messages
Assembly:  Microsoft.Crm.Sdk.Proxy (in Microsoft.Crm.Sdk.Proxy.dll)

public string ParameterXml { get; set; }

Property Value

Type: System.String

Type: String
the XML that defines which solution components to publish in this request. Required.

Use the Publish request schema to compose the correct XML to pass for this parameter.

You can publish the following solution components:

Entities

Use the logical name of the entity. The following example publishes just the account entity including any attributes, ribbons or forms associated with it.

<importexportxml>
 <entities>
  <entity>account</entity>
 </entities>
</importexportxml>
Ribbons

Publishes the Application Ribbon. You do not need to specify any value. The application ribbon will be published as long as the <ribbon> node is present.

<importexportxml>
 <ribbons>
  <ribbon></ribbon>
 </ribbons>
</importexportxml>
Dashboards

Publishes the SystemForm (dashboard) for the ID value passed.

<importexportxml>
 <dashboards>
  <dashboard>{DEDBADA0-1C50-4E0B-BC88-5CE4225D6561}</dashboard>
 </dashboards>
</importexportxml>
Option Sets

Publishes an optionset using the optionset unique name.

<importexportxml>
 <optionsets>
  <optionset>sample_customoptionset</optionset>
 </optionsets>
</importexportxml>
Site Map

Publishes the SiteMap. Since there is only one sitemap it is not necessary to pass a value.

<importexportxml>
 <sitemaps>
  <sitemap></sitemap>
 </sitemaps>
</importexportxml>
Web Resources

Publishes a Web resource using the web resource id value.

<importexportxml>
 <webresources>
  <webresource>{025225B2-CF33-4CDB-8ACD-C6205404191E}</webresource>
 </webresources>
</importexportxml>

The following example publishes the account and contact entity together with two Web resources.

<importexportxml>
 <entities>
  <entity>account</entity>
  <entity>contact</entity>
 </entities>
 <webresources>
  <webresource>{025225B2-CF33-4CDB-8ACD-C6205404191E}</webresource>
  <webresource>{6B72CB14-D27D-4197-B494-C1A06C977C41}</webresource>
 </webresources>
</importexportxml>
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