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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Unleashed by Marc Wolenik

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Plug-In Deployment

Before delving into the details about plug-in development, you want to review deployment options so that you can easily follow the sample code included with the development section of this chapter.

The first step in plug-in deployment involves registering your plug-in and signing the assembly with a strong-name key file. A strong-name key is necessary for security reasons so that the assembly can be trusted to execute external code, such as when invoking a web service. To sign your assemblies, follow these steps:

1. Go to Solution Explorer and select your project; right-click and select the Properties menu option (see Figure 23.7).

FIGURE 23.7 Properties menu item of the project.

2. Go to the Signing tab, and check the Sign ...

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