Can I get single quotes with my FetchXML, please?

“I’d like my FetchXML with double quotes, please”, said no Dynamics developer, ever. If you ever export FetchXML from the Advanced Find tool in Dynamics, you’re most likely doing this because you want to use that FetchXML in code somewhere. … Continue reading

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System.IO.FileLoadException and other errors in plugins deployed by CRM developer toolkit to Dynamics 2015

On creating a new plugins project for our Dynamics 2015 organisation with the latest version of the Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit we were experiencing all sorts of errors, either on deployment or on execution. On trying to register a plugin … Continue reading

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