Working with custom workflows

We can extend the CRM process capability by writing custom .NET assemblies known as custom workflows. Similar to plug-ins, we can also write custom workflows using Visual Studio and register them in the CRM platform; then our assembly will be available as a custom step in workflow designer. In the case of workflows, we can only register our custom assembly; we cannot register our steps and images just like plug-ins. We need to use our custom functionality with the existing steps in workflow designer. We can create custom workflows similarly using Visual Studio and use the CRM SDK just like a plug-in.

Using parameters in custom workflows

In custom workflows, we can use input and output parameters. We can use the input ...

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