Finally getting a chance to finish up my Part 2 post! This post is a bit long as we discuss tools and templates used to build XrmToolBox Tools, how to get started with debugging, a review of the sample code, and step through constructing our own Tool. Note that for this post, I am assuming that you have some development background and are familiar with Visual Studio and C#.
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