Plug-in Configuration Manager Utility

Friday, July 15, 2016

Plug-in components often require external configuration settings. Maybe the Plug-in code consumes a web service which end point alternates between test and production environments or maybe you use the Plug-in configuration to turn logging on and off. Basically, any code setting which depend upon external resources is worth exporting to external configuration as it may prevent code re-compilation, additional testing etc. There are some common approaches to implement configuration settings for Plug-in components: Configuration file: each Plug-in instance consumes a configuration file Configuration record: each Plug-in instance executes a query to retrieve a designated Microsoft Dynamics CRM...
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