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  1. Mike Lairson on 09 Dec 09 7:36 pm

    Great stuff guys! Thanks for taking the time to put this resource together for the CRM On Demand Community.

    Would be great if you could add a subscription feature to the site (or just keep a list of email addresses that folks could sign up for) so we can get a quick email notice when new content is added to the site.

    Keep up the great work!

  2. david.jarvi on 11 Mar 10 5:36 pm

    My hope in humanity has been restored. thanks

    not sure if this is a wordpress blog, but…if so this link might be helpful.

    http://www.glosonblog.com/17-important-things-to-do-after-starting-your-wordpress-blog/

    looking forward to a lot more podcasts

  3. Robert Davidson on 16 Mar 10 8:55 pm

    What a brilliant set of minds we have here. Maybe these guys should stop messing around with CRM and fix the global economy!

  4. Ravi on 15 Jul 10 10:38 am

    Hi,

    Iam working as developer. we are Using Oracle CRM on demand for slaes process.

    Iam using CRM WSDl2.0 and accessing CRM webserivices using C#. i have problem in querying the OpportunityTeam or AccountTeam details. Not able to find the objects in the CRM side.
    Can you please send me the details how to access the these details if possible sample code in programming language.

    Thanks & Regards
    Ravi kumar.A

  5. Louis Peters on 16 Aug 10 9:19 am

    Ravi,
    You’ll find Teams in the Web Services 1.0 WSDL. In the web services admin screen, switch the service to “Web Services 1.0″ and hit go, then download the custom WSDL for Opportunity. You’ll see the Team exposed there.

    Cheers,
    Louis

  6. Niklesh Advani on 07 Mar 11 6:06 pm

    Great source of info regarding the product. Keep up the good work!