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Execute Request

The Execute Request activity is used to execute organization requests in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM server.

General

Establish a connection to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM server in the General tab, and specify whether or not to parse the response of the request.

The following table lists the configurations in the General tab of the Execute Request activity:

Field Module Property? Description
Name No Specify the name of the activity in the process definition.
Dynamics CRM Connection Yes Specify a shared connection resource.

Click the icon to select a space connection. If no matching Dynamics CRM connections are found, click Create Shared Resource in the Select DynamicscrmResource Resource Template dialog to create one. See Creating a Dynamics CRM Connection for more details.

Parse Result No Select this check box to parse the response of the request in the output tab.

Description

In the Description tab, you can enter a short description for the Execute Request activity.

Input

In the Input tab, specify the request that you want to execute.

The following table lists the input elements in the Input tab of the Execute Request activity.

Note: You can check the forms and values of all input parameters in the Microsoft MSDN.
Input Item Data Type Description
key String Specify the key word of the request.
value Any type Specify the key value of the request.
Right-click the value node and click Substitution to select a type that you want to specify:
  • Complex Type: if you select this option, click the icon to browse the type list, and specify the type.
  • Simple Type: if you select this option, click the icon to browse the type list, and specify the type.
  • Native Type: if you select this option, specify the type directly from the type list.
RequestName String Specify the name of the request.

Output

In the Output tab, the key and value of the request are returned.

If you want to map the output to the activity to which you create a transition, you must select the Parse Result in the General tab. You can coerce the value element in the Data Source of the input tab for the activity to which you want to map the output. See TIBCO ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks Application Development for more details.

Fault

The Fault tab displays the error code and error message of the Execute Request activity. See Error Codes for a detailed explanation of errors.

The following table lists error schema elements in the Fault tab of the Execute Request activity:

Error Schema Element Data Type Description
message String The error message returned by the plug-in.
messageCode String The error code returned by the plug-in.