Assembly: Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk (in Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.dll)
[FaultContractAttribute(typeof(OrganizationServiceFault))] [OperationContractAttribute] OrganizationResponse Execute ( OrganizationRequest request )
Type: OrganizationRequest. A request instance that defines the action to be performed.
Return ValueType: OrganizationResponse
The response from the request. You must cast the return value of this method to the specific instance of the response that corresponds to the Request parameter.
The following example shows how to use the Execute method to assign a queue to a team (early bound). For this sample to work correctly, you must be connected to the server to get an IOrganizationService interface. You can find the complete sample in the sample code package in the folder
The following example shows how to use the Execute method to assign a queue to a team (late bound). For this sample to work correctly, you must be connected to the server to get an IOrganizationService interface. You can find the complete sample in the sample code package in the folder
Privileges and Access Rights
To execute the message, the caller must have the necessary privileges to the entity type that is specified in the request class. The caller must also have access rights on the specified records in the request class. For more information, see the Request class for the action you want to execute. For example, see AssignRequest.
Notes for Callers
For more information about the exceptions that can be thrown when this method is called, see Handle Exceptions in Your Code.
This method works regardless whether the caller is connected to the server or offline.
Development PlatformsThe .NET Framework does not support all versions of every platform. For a list of the supported versions, see System Requirements.
Target PlatformsWindows Server 2008,Windows Server 2012,Windows 7
Other ResourcesUse Messages (Request and Response Classes) with the Execute Method
The Security Model of Dynamics CRM
Privileges by Message
Privileges by Entity
Handle Exceptions in Your Code
Troubleshooting and Error Handling
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