So, I'm using CRM 2011. In order to improve performance I have started using the ExecuteMultipleRequest. It works fine when creating many records at once. Great! The issue I have is that right after I have done a
and gotten a valid response with id's back, if I then do a
context.myEntitiesSet.Where(x => x.Name == "foo")
(basically query the objects just created) I don't get valid objects back, meaning their id's are empty (Guid.Empty).
So, it seems I have to choose to either use:
context.Where(...), et.c. or
There doesn't seem to be a middle ground, as the Context doesn't seem to update which entities it is tracking when I'm using the
ExecuteMultipleRequest. That is my basic problem. I can create objects just fine, but if I want to query them I can't use a linq query on the context, I must then use
Have I gotten this backwards, or is this well known when using CRM? I am an experienced developer, but relatively new to CRM.
Should I have to call
context.AttachObject() myself for all newly created entities when using
Any help would be appreciated. Oh, and I'm using early bound objects.