Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Certifications Now Available at CED SolutionsRich
[singlepic id=895 w=320 h=240 float=right]The new Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 MCITP Training and Certifications are now available at CED Solutions.
The MCITP Developer for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Boot Camp uses familiar components such as Web Service endpoints, Windows Workflow Foundation, SSRS reporting, and more; making it a general purpose platform for any line-of-business applications. Developers can use their existing .NET skills to take advantage of various features of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform.
MCITP Application Development for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0. Both Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 serve as excellent platforms for application development for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. It is easiest to use a single Visual Studio solution to contain the projects that you create during your development cycle. It’s important to understand the four fundamental kinds of projects that you can create:
- .NET applications that connect to Microsoft Dynamics CRM: These applications may be of any type as long as they can use SOAP Web services. Example types include Windows Forms, WPF Forms, console applications, Windows Services, and so on. You can use this kind of application for alternative UIs, tools, and application integration.
- ASP.NET applications that run ‘inside’ Microsoft Dynamics CRM: These Web applications run in the context of Microsoft Dynamics CRM itself. They must be coded, built, and deployed within specific boundaries. You can typically frame these applications within Microsoft Dynamics CRM as a pop-up window, IFRAME, or menu navigation.
- Plug-In/Workflow Assemblies: The classes in these DLLs are derived from Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK classes or Microsoft Windows Workflow Foundation classes. The DLLs are then registered inside Microsoft Dynamics CRM to be executed at specific times. You can use these to run your complex business logic and to orchestrate complex integrations.