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Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Use the Early Bound Entity Classes for Create, Update, and Delete in CRM 2011

In last article, I explained how to create early bound entity class and In this article, i am going to explain how to use the early bound entity classes for create,update and delete.

Create a New Entity Record Using the Early-bound Entity Classes and the Organization Service Context
OrganizationServiceContext orgContext =new OrganizationServiceContext(_serviceProxy);
Contact contact = new Contact()
{
   FirstName = "Navish",
   LastName = "Jain",
   Address1_Line1 = "#1429",
   Address1_City = "Chandigarh",
   Address1_StateOrProvince = " Chandigarh ",
   Address1_PostalCode = "160036",
   Telephone1 = "123-234-5678"
};
orgContext.AddObject(contact);
orgContext.SaveChanges();


Update a New Entity Record Using the Early-bound Entity Classes and the Organization Service Context
var contact =  orgContext .CreateQuery<Contact>().First(c => c.FirstName == "navish");
contact.JobTitle = "CRM Consultant";
orgContext .UpdateObject(contact);
orgContext .SaveChanges();


Delete a New Entity Record Using the Early-bound Entity Classes and the Organization Service Context
var contact =  orgContext .CreateQuery<Contact>().First(c => c.FirstName == "navish");
orgContext .DeleteObject(contact);
orgContext .SaveChanges();



Create a New Entity Record Using the Early-Bound Entity Classes and without a Context Object
Contact contact = new Contact()
{
   FirstName = "Navish",
   LastName = "Jain",
   Address1_Line1 = "#1429",
   Address1_City = "Chandigarh",
   Address1_StateOrProvince = " Chandigarh ",
   Address1_PostalCode = "160036",
   Telephone1 = "123-234-5678"
};
_contactId = _serviceProxy.Create(contact);


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