Develop 1 Limited Blog | If you’re using ILMerge with your plugins
Ever since Microsoft CRM moved online and Plugin sandboxing became mandatory, you’ll have likely come up against the challenge of using third party assemblies.
Sand-boxed Plugins cannot access any third-party assemblies and so if you use a NuGet package such as the Microsoft.SharePoint.Client libraries or Newtonsoft’s Json.Net then you may have considered or even used ILMerge to embed a…
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