PowerShell scripting for Microsoft Dynamics CRM
What is it?
This project implements some examples of custom PowerShell cmdlets calling Microsoft Dynamics CRM Web services for versions 2011, 2013, 2015 and Online. The source code is provided for demonstration purpose only. The implementation steps of this project are described in the following related blog posts:
- Requirements: http://blog.canaple.fr/powershell-scripting-for-microsoft-dynamics-crm-requirements/
- A first cmdlet to connect: http://blog.canaple.fr/powershell-scripting-for-microsoft-dynamics-crm-a-first-cmdlet-to-connect/
- Rename an attribute with PowerShell: http://blog.canaple.fr/powershell-scripting-for-microsoft-dynamics-crm-rename-attribute-using-a-cmdlet
The Latest Version
Details of the latest version can be found on the GitHub project page under https://github.com/ThomasCanaple/posh-msdyncrm/.
The most up-to-date documentation can be found on the Wiki page of the GitHub project page at https://github.com/ThomasCanaple/posh-msdyncrm/wiki.
Please see the file called INSTALL.
Please see the file called LICENSE.
Third party libraries
This Visual Studio 2013 project references the following external libraries, from the Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK:
These libraries are available using NuGet for Visual Studio or the latest version at the time of writting are available in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK package at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=44567.
If you want to be informed about new code releases, bug fixes, security fixes, general news and information about the PowerShell scripting for Dynamics CRM project, please Watch the GitHub page project at https://github.com/ThomasCanaple/posh-msdyncrm/
If you have a bug report for the PowerShell scripting for Dynamics CRM project please fill an issue from the GitHub page project at https://github.com/ThomasCanaple/posh-msdyncrm/issues
If you want to start a discussion, feel free to comment one of my related blog post on the subject at http://blog.canaple.fr