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Microsoft CRM SDK Version 11.0 Via Visual Studio 8+ How to Access the Custom Data

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Hi,

I have working SDK code in Visual Studio 2012 which creates/deletes the Lead Entity.

The problem is, I have a custom field in the entity.

I cannot figure out how to access this extended entity data via the sdk.

Does anyone have an sdk sample wherein they access custom fields?

Thanks so much,

SGLEW
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I can't provide you with a sample but custom fields are handled in the same way as out of the box fields. You will need the internal name of the field which is of the form prefix_myfield.  The prefix depends on the publisher of the solution in which the field was created. If this was the Default Solution then the prefix is new, so the field name is new_myfield.

The CRM SDK does I think cover this.
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Thanks so much!
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