The IOrganizationService interface exposes methods used to perform web service operations on system and custom tables and on the table definitions (metadata) for your environment.
This interface is implemented by a couple of classes that you can use in your code when creating client applications.
|CrmServiceClient||This is the class you should use when creating .NET Framework client applications.|
|ServiceClient||This is the class you should use when creating .NET Framework or .NET Core client applications.|
When you write plug-ins, there is also an object returned from the IOrganizationServiceFactory.CreateOrganizationService(Nullable<Guid>) which implements the IOrganizationService interface but is not any of the types in the service client classes above.
Each of the classes which implement the IOrganizationService interface may include additional properties and methods, but the IOrganizationService interface has just 8 methods.
|Associate||Link two table rows using a table relationship|
|Create||Create a table row.|
|Delete||Delete a table row|
|Disassociate||Remove the link between two table rows using a table relationship|
|Execute||Invoke an operation defined as a message by passing an instance of an OrganizationRequest or a class derived from it.|
|Retrieve||Retrieve an instance of a table row.|
|RetrieveMultiple||Retrieve a collection of table rows that match the criteria set in a query.|
|Update||Change the column values of a table row.|
The Organization service exposes only the
Execute method. The other methods in the IOrganizationService interface are simply wrappers around the
Execute method. These other methods are provided for convenience. You can perform all operations using only the
Execute method. More information: Use messages with the Organization service
Use messages with the Organization service
Write a plug-in
Entity class operations using the Organization service
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