Monthly Archives: June 2012

9 Exception handling in Custom workflow activities

Handling exceptions is an important part of any development effort. In the past few months, I’ve run across several instances where exceptions are not being properly handled in custom workflow activities. Normally, this doesn’t actually cause issues with the workflows in which the custom workflow activities are being used: The workflow step will fail with […]

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3 Formatting JSON Responses

I was debugging a CRM 2011 LINQ query today and needed to view the debug information, which is in JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) format. Digging through the InterWebs, I found that WittySparks had already done the work for me. Ways to Format and View JSON Online Great work and a very useful resource. Now I […]

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