Friday, 8 June 2012 6:28 AM
hi , i am going to write a page that contain a function to contact contact
i will provide 3 text fields for the criteria: mobile , lastname , gender .
after user filled in the criteria he will click search
and result will be generate in the datagrid (like crm 2011 default view).
should i write aspx page to do or silverlight-html ? as i think there is many authorization works required and i think there is no built-in table which is similar to CRM 2011 view?
if i use silverlight, is it possible to read the access role of the user? (so that i can restrict someone who is supposed not able to access this view)
Friday, 8 June 2012 9:45 AM
Silverlight is preferred over aspx in scenarios where you are going to embed the page in some CRM form. This is because of the fact that silverlight pages can be uploaded as web-resource in CRM organization and they don't need to be hosted separatly on IIS as another web site.
If your requirement is different, like connecting to CRM from a separate application, you may choose any technology based on your comfort of programing skill.
Yes, you may query information about the roles assigned to any user.