/// Method globally used to return a CRM Service Proxy Object, which will be used to make futher calls to CRM.
/// <param name=”userName”></param>
/// <param name=”password”></param>
private OrganizationService GetCRMService(string userName, string password)
CrmConnection connection =
CrmConnection.Parse(string.Format(ConfigurationManager.AppSettings[“XrmConnection”], userName, password));
OrganizationService orgService = new OrganizationService(connection);
catch (Exception ex)
This method will return the OrganizationService Proxy object that we can use later to fetch the data from Dynamics CRM Entities.
But before doing this we need to Authenticate and Authorise the user. There are two cases, one in which our application does not require the user to see his personalised content, instead the application is a reporting app, or a generic application for all the users of the organisation. In that case, we can fix the username and password for the master user account in web.config file. Make sure that user have enough previledges requried for the application to run.
In other case, if each user has to login into the application and perform his own activities, in that case above method of connection string and accessing through the metho
The next full version of ASP.NET Core is on its way, and developers who have been following along on the ASP.NET GitHub repositories have been very vocal about their interest in the new features in this version. Some of these new features include:
A new ASP.NET Core meta-package that includes all features that you need to build an application. No longer do you need to pick and choose individual ASP.NET Core features in separate packages as all features are now included in a Microsoft.AspNetCore.All package in the default templates. If there are features you don’t need in your application, our new package trimming features will exclude those binaries in your published application output by default.
A new default Web Host configuration, codifying the typical defaults of the web host with the WebHost.CreateDefaultBuilder() API. This adds Kestrel, IIS configuration, default configuration sources, logging providers, and the content root.
Updated configuration and simplified logging. We have enhanced the LoggerFactory object to easily support a Dictionary<string, LogLevel> that defines log filters instead of a FilterLoggerSettings object, making it simpler to control the source and level of logs that get propagated from your application to your configured log providers.
Create pages without controllers in ASP.NET Core with the new RazorPages capabilities. Just create a Pages folder and drop in a cshtml file with the new @page directive to get started.
Debugging your application in the cloud is easier than ever with integrated Azure Application Insights and diagnostics when debugging in Visual Studio and after deploying to Azure App Service.
A newly revamped authentication model that makes it easy to configure authentication for your application using DI.
New templates for configuring authentication for your web apps and web APIs using Azure AD B2C
New support in ASP.NET Core Identity for providing identity as a service. Updated templates decouple your apps from their identity concerns standard protocols (OpenID Connect, OAuth 2.0). Easily migrate apps using ASP.NET Core Identity for authentication to use Azure AD B2C or any other OpenID Connect compliant identity provider.
NET Core has always helped HTMLEncode your content by default, but with the new version we’re taking an extra step to help prevent cross-site request forgery (XSRF) attacks: ASP.NET Core will now emit anti-forgery tokens by default and validate them on form POST actions and pages without extra configuration.
Microsoft has partnered up with the PostgreSQL Special Interest Group in Islamabad to bring you “Open Source PostgreSQL on the Cloud” on 23rd September, 2016! The session has been delivered by Mr. Ali Sufyan Butt, a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional on Visual Studio and Development Technologies.
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Ndepend is a tool which I am really excited to review at last. I had a long time commitment with NDepend team but I for some reasons I had been too busy in other stuff that I really missed it, But I have not forgotten it at all and been using the tool and had great benefits which I want to share with you guys.
After downloading the tool, it is fairly easy to configure the extension with Visual Studio as well as we can also use Visual NDepend tool to visually analyze the solution or assemblies.
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After running this tool for the first time, I scanned my project and viola, I was in deep trouble, just kidding, I mean I got a detail report of issue with my code, code metrics, dependency graphs, Dependency Matrix and a long list of rules violated in the code. This was really a great thing to see and I immediately started to work on making the mistakes right.
NDepend is giving me insights into my code that we normally ignore, but keep following through the standards and after a few iterations with NDepend, it was all sweet code. All thanks to NDepend tooling and support.