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In the fast paced and ever changing environments of business, often times changes need to be made to your business systems that reflect the changes in business processes required to support evolving markets. Specifically, when designing and configuring the deployment of Dynamics CRM, there will inevitably be times when certain entity elements become obsolete and need to be decommissioned.
Security roles are inherited by child business units in Microsoft Dynamics. As I mentioned in a previous blog Sneaky Cylon Copies of Your CRM Security Roles, security roles have linked copies that have the same name but are separate entries with their own unique guids for each business unit. This creates an interesting situation when you want to base business logic on a user’s security role memberships. Since the only thing that is effectively guaranteed to be the same between parent and inherited security roles is the name you need to enact some design patterns to use them in a consistent manor in your code.
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