You can specify an array of security roles to check against the current user and then with the callback functions you can perform the actions that you require. Ideally I want to call a function that is easy to use and it will look like this. The user is in one of the specifed roles. The user is not in one of the specifed roles. If the Security namespace object is not defined, create it.
The entire library is implemented so that you call a function, it performs the processing asynchronously and then gives you the outcome to handle the response. The entire library content can be placed in a CRM webresource and added to a form. The full library is as shown below. Addresses memory leak issue with IE. In case more than 50 results are returned. Now that the roles have been retrieved, try again. To use the library in the onload event of an entity form simply add the Security.
The onload function may look like this. You don’t have to define the functions as anonymous functions like my example below but it can sometimes feel cleaner. I would like to mention Jim Daly from the MS CRM Team for his examples of namespace and library structure along with his REST query code as this example I have created is derived from his outstanding work. I have to authenticate user from Dynamcis CRM and then do some operation from php. Hi, I think this msdn article should help you. Here is examples of projects of source code that may be helpful.
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