Slides courtesy or Rami Mounla (link to blog contains source code) CRM 2011 Concurrency Control

CRM 2011 – How to lock a record to stop concurrent users from saving simultaneously

It’s a pleasure to introduce Rami Mounla as our next speaker. Rami is currently employed by Fujitsu as a CRM Developer.

Please find details of the session below:

Speaker: Rami Mounla, CRM Developer, Fujitsu

Date & Time: Thursday, 24th March 2011, 5:30 – 7:00 pm (Pizzas and drinks at 5:30pm and 60 minutes session)

Location: Microsoft New Zealand, Level 12, 157 Lambton Quay Wellington

Topic: “Implementing optimistic concurrency locking in CRM 2011 using RESTful Web Services”


In this technical session, Rami will demonstrate how to implement an optimistic concurrency control mechanism in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 using RESTful Web Services. He will also discuss other possible techniques to accomplish similar behaviour and will highlight the differences between them. The demonstration will include coding examples and deployments using Visual Studio 2010 and the CRM SDK tools. The focus of the presentation will be around the technology and which scenarios they suit, put in the context of the concurrency control customisation.

Further details:

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Charge: FREE!

Catering: Pizza and drinks – Courtesy of MSNZ.

Registration: Click HERE to RSVP with your name.

Contact: The lifts shut at 6:00pm, so if you are arriving late and the lift is locked, contact Visha on 0212537010

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Looking forward to seeing you there!