Activate/Deactivate a record using C# in Dynamics CRM 2011

In Dynamics CRM 2011 every entity has its own StateCode and StatusCode values. Below example code works with Account and Contact entities. For other entities check entity metadata for Statecode and StatusCode values and update the value accordingly.


        //Deactivate a record
        public static void DeactivateRecord(string entityName, Guid recordId, IOrganizationService organizationService)
        {
            var cols = new ColumnSet(new[] { "statecode", "statuscode" });

            //Check if it is Active or not
            var entity = organizationService.Retrieve(entityName, recordId, cols);

            if (entity != null && entity.GetAttributeValue<OptionSetValue>("statecode").Value == 0)
            {
                //StateCode = 1 and StatusCode = 2 for deactivating Account or Contact
                SetStateRequest setStateRequest = new SetStateRequest()
                {
                    EntityMoniker = new EntityReference
                    {
                        Id = recordId,
                        LogicalName = entityName,
                    },
                    State = new OptionSetValue(1),
                    Status = new OptionSetValue(2)
                };
                organizationService.Execute(setStateRequest);
            }
        }

        //Activate a record
        public static void ActivateRecord(string entityName, Guid recordId, IOrganizationService organizationService)
        {
            var cols = new ColumnSet(new[] { "statecode", "statuscode" });

            //Check if it is Inactive or not
            var entity = organizationService.Retrieve(entityName, recordId, cols);

            if (entity != null && entity.GetAttributeValue<OptionSetValue>("statecode").Value == 1)
            {
                //StateCode = 0 and StatusCode = 1 for activating Account or Contact
                SetStateRequest setStateRequest = new SetStateRequest()
                {
                    EntityMoniker = new EntityReference
                    {
                        Id = recordId,
                        LogicalName = entityName,
                    },
                    State = new OptionSetValue(0),
                    Status = new OptionSetValue(1)
                };
                organizationService.Execute(setStateRequest);
            }
        }

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