Server Programming Guide
Microsoft CRM 3.0 is a Microsoft .NET-connected product suite that provides sales force automation, marketing automation, customer service and service scheduling for mid-size businesses. Microsoft CRM enables developers to build distributed, customer relationship management (CRM) applications by using the core Microsoft CRM functionality. Developers can use a SOAP-based platform API to access the core business and service objects. Also, Microsoft CRM provides a security model that supports both object and role-based security. Microsoft CRM is a metadata-driven product. It includes a schema for Microsoft CRM objects that covers common and business-specific data.
In This Topic
Describes the details of using the SDK in a supported manner and obtaining certification for your solution.
Summarizes the fundamentals of Microsoft CRM.
Describes the details of the Microsoft CRM security model.
Describes the details of the entities used in the Microsoft CRM SDK.
Describes the new shape of the programming model.
Explains how to write code using this SDK.
Provides details about backward compatibility and upgrading existing code.
Documents the callout model that can be used to implement custom business logic.
Provides details about using the new workflow feature to call out to custom assemblies.
Provides sample code that shows you how to perform some common tasks by using the Microsoft CRM Web services.
Provides complete reference documentation for the Microsoft CRM 3.0 SDK.
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