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Now the actual exception information you want to see is in Soap Exception. You won’t see that info if you just put the Soap Exception in the Invalid Plugin Execution Exception’s inner exception. First, I make the assumption that, when the workflow catches a Soap Exception that mentions a “Generic SQL Error” in its Detail, it is a SQL deadlock.
Working for my client Valx, I had some serious problems in custom workflows for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.
Every now and then, a workflow would throw a Soap Exception. Now in my opinion there are two obvious solutions: reduce the number of parallel/concurrent threads of the Crm Async Service, or start throttling the database queries (or the Crm Service calls).
Because the error I was getting in the Soap Exception. Dynamics CRM 4 already has a mechanism for recovering from SQL errors, both for plugins and workflows. You cannot throw a SQLException from a Soap Exception.
Detail was the anything but helpful “Generic SQL Error” (0x80044150 or 2147762512). By the way, the following is the SQL query I’m running on the Workflow Log view of the organization’s Dynamics CRM database. Execute(IPlugin Execution Context context) at Microsoft. As you can see on the above-linked page, a workflow will undoubtedly fail after throwing a Invalid Plugin Execution Exception.