CRM developer toolkit v1

A new toolkit to make customizations to CRM 4.0 has been released. Download bits from http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/E2DevTkt View All CRM Entities – Displays a listing of CRM entities that are dynamically available from the CRM Explorer within Visual Studio 2008 Create and Update CRM Entities – Allows for creating new entities and updating existing entities from…

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Playing around with iframes… in javascript

Display a related entity in context of the parent is old stuff and could be found little every where if you search around. But finding samples to change or modify attached child entities is not so clear. One thing that differs if you render your iframe with a related entity is that it gets loaded…

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Simplify sharing of opportunities (Or any entities) with direct e-mailing links

One thing I found useful when working with MSCRM is the possibility to directly access records by hitting its direct URL. Out-of-the-box this can be manually done by opening a record and hit CTRL-N or CTRL –D. Later copy the URL and past it to your e-mail. Whoa I love CTRL-C. Well by adding below…

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Render hidden values in "tester" mode by using querystring parameters

One way of doing verification on your logic in “build” mode is to use querystring parameters to render you MSCRM gui/logic different. Verification during testing Version verification of js-script running in current release Link new buttons with extra querystring parameters attached in ISV/Sitemap config Etc Notice how the title is changed to current version of…

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Create Advanced Fetch in 10 Seconds using javascript

One simple way of creating fetch fast is to use advanced find and render that fetch in javascript. Open advanced find and reopen window by pressing CTRL-N Create your query…dont forget to build your query in full-window not framed as in screen shoot Replace your URL with one of below javascript calls        javascript:alert(resultRender.FetchXml.value); javascript:document.writeln(resultRender.FetchXml.value);…

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Another CRM -> Sharepoint integration

Here is my first blogpost in English since I received requests from non speaking Swedes. The MSCRM team, Kjell-Sverre Jerijærvi (Integrating team-sites into MSCRM (part II)) and allot of others has published different ways of integrating MSCRM with Sharepoint. Guess what! Here is another solution actually made back in 05’ as a Proof of concept…

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