Monday, 7 January 2013

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online - Write Java and other Non-.NET Client Applications

Developers that use Java, or other non-.NET technologies can write applications that use data from Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011.

You can also access data from Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 using the WSDL from the web service.

The Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK contains sample code that demonstrates how to use Java to access Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online and perform Create, Read, Update, and Delete operations. This sample code uses Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and the SOAP interface to access the operation data and metadata API published by Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. The sample code can be found in the folder Walkthroughs\Java2CRM\Java2CRMCRUD.

This walkthrough uses Eclipse but the steps for using NetBeans are similar.

My above blog is based on Microsoft's Official information.
I hope this blog about 'Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online - Write Java and other Non-.NET Client Applications' was informative. Please feel free to leave your comments.


  1. You have not mentioned can the sample code be used for accessing Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, it is written only the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. In the full tutorial is also not very clear, but the title conatins both Online and 2011.

  2. Please tell me a way to develop the code to login in to Microsoft Dynamic CRM with the help of CRM SDK for java.. is there any jar file providing by MS CRM to achieve the same.

  3. Hi Ashish,

    I found your blog very informative.

    We are also using java client top invoke DCRM 2013 web services.

    Earlier we were thinking of using .net dll to invoke the DCRM 2013, but after reading your blog we changed our minds.


    1. Thanks Abhishek.

      I am glad my blog was of help.