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This release provides continuing support for the on-premise user and new information for online users. The following are some highlights. For a complete list of changes, see the Release History on the first page.
Server-to-Server Authentication Sample . This sample shows how to authenticate and impersonate the logged-on user in a server-to-server scenario with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.
Metadata Browser - Over 100 pages from the metadata browser have been incorporated into the SDK so that Online users have access to this information.
Visual Studio Templates. Added three new Microsoft Visual Studio template projects for you to use to start your projects: CRM Web page, plug-in, and custom workflow activity. For more information, see List of Samples in the SDK Download.
Dependent Picklist Sample - This sample shows how to make the options available in a picklist field dependent on the selected option of another picklist. It supports chaining several picklist fields together. This sample also includes best practices for defining functions in the OnLoad event and reusing them in other form events.
Updated WSDLS for CRM Online. Added new properties available only on Online and a new Discovery service method that retrieves the logged-on user's ID in Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.
Delete Async Records Sample - This sample shows how to remove completed records from the async table.
KB Article Topics - added topics that describe knowledge base article states, how to create, publish and remove the articles, and how to search for published knowledge base articles in Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
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We are new to developing web services and we want to know whether it is better to use the SDK, or to add web references to our projects. We have had success using both so far. Are there things that one can do which the other can't? Should we favor one over the other? Are there articles which discuss this elsewhere?