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Web web = clientContext.Web; var subWebInfo = new WebCreationInformation { Description = "", Language = 1033, Title = "Sub Site", Url = "subsite", UseSamePermissionsAsParentSite = true, WebTemplate = "STS#0" }; Web subWeb = web.Webs.Add(subWebInfo); clientContext.Load(subWeb); clientContext.ExecuteQuery(); Works also without ...


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There are two possible options If you don't have enabled IFD (and therefore claims based authentication), the simplest solution would be to configure IE, to pass the credentials of the current windows user to the site. Therefore you have to adjust the security configuration of the zone assigned to the SharePoint URL, to send the credentials of the current ...


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@Robert, I tried the constructor idea and found that this: I use this url to get to a document library (note the parameter wortony=1): http://sps2010servername/Docs/Forms/AllItems.aspx?wortony=1&InitialTabId=Ribbon%2EDocument&VisibilityContext=WSSTabPersistence When I use the New document process from SharePoint the constructor fires and the ...


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For this you need to write your own custom fba authentication provider. Full example is here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/chunliu/archive/2010/08/21/creating-a-custom-login-page-for-fba-in-sharepoint-2010.aspx With this you can make your homework and use your own code to authenticate against the CRM


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This webpart (if you are talking about the one for 4.0) is not supported from Microsoft anymore, and is only provided as-is. The more common way to list data from Dynamics CRM in SharePoint would be to use BCS Here is a video and some helpful links from MSDN blogs that will get you started with than in an instance! Also this is a great resource about the ...


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Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2013 versions aren’t supported for use with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 document management. SharePoint integration is supported for SharePoint Server 2010, SharePoint Server 2013, and SharePoint Server Online. Go thorugh this MSDN article, will give more update detail. SharePoint Document Management software requirements ...


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Another way is by using Meetings.asmx service After you initialize a new instance of the service and set up the credentials you can call XmlNode xnode= myService.CreateWorkspace("siteName", "siteTemplateName", culture, timeZoneInf);


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I'm not sure about the SharePoint side, but in terms of communicating with CRM there are REST and SOAP web services you can use. I suggest starting on the MSDN, it contains examples and explanations of how to perform CRUD operations. Write Applications and Server Extensions


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IF they are exposed in SharePoint as an External list then you can just read them like a regular list.


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The User Code Quota does not help much if you exceed the Absolute Limits, you exceeeded the ProcessCPUCycles limit. Why that happened is another question, could be a lot of reasons. I have seen Sandboxed Solution working perfectly on low "spec" servers, and for some weird reason working terrible on high spec servers for unknown reasons. Probably a hardware ...


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Option 1: From SharePoint Point of View:You can use the webservices to import data from CRM Online. Any 'end user' solutions all require access to the CRM Database, which is not available in the Online version. You have to synchronise from SharePoint to make sure that accounts are in sync. Option 2: From Dynamics CRM PoV: Write a plugin that pushes the ...


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Thomas, you can use port 443 to this effect.



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