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Connecting to a Microsoft CRM 2013 Internet Facing Deployment with C#

 

Integrating and retrieving data from a Microsoft CRM 2013 instance is a common request, and I have found myself working on a number of these solutions lately. I encountered a recent example where a client was using an Internet Facing Deployment of CRM 2013.

 

In this case, I needed to connect to the Microsoft CRM 2013 server to retrieve data to be integrated into Dynamics GP.

Here is a quick sample of code you may use to connect to an internet facing deployment of Microsoft CRM 2013 using claims based authentication.


// Get the endpoint of the CRM organization service.
Uri organizationServiceUri = new Uri(@"CrmOrganizationServiceEndpointUri"); // In production code, abstract this to configuration.
 
// Get the service configuration.
IServiceConfiguration<IOrganizationService> serviceConfiguration = ServiceConfigurationFactory.CreateConfiguration<IOrganizationService>(organizationServiceUri);
 
// Set up the credentials.
ClientCredentials clientCredentials = new ClientCredentials();
clientCredentials.UserName.UserName = "CrmUserName"; // In production code, abstract this to configuration.
clientCredentials.UserName.Password = "CrmPassword"; // In production code, abstract this to configuration.
 
using (OrganizationServiceProxy organizationServiceProxy = new OrganizationServiceProxy(serviceConfiguration, clientCredentials))
{
     // Perform business logic here.
}


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Bryan Prince

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