As I've mentioned before, users are always asking about making solutions 'less-clicky' - a common request is to provide a button to run a frequently used dialog rather than having to search for it each time in the lookup window.
The following solution shows you how to do this quickly using ... [More]
If you've ever sat watching the import solution dialog with CRM2011 and wondering if it's actually doing anything - provided you are using OnPrem - I've got just the thing for you.
Try running the following SQL on your <OrgName>_MSCRM database - you'll get a far more responsive progress indic... [More]
Users are always asking about making solutions 'less-clicky' - a common request is to provide a button to run a frequently used workflow rather than having to use the look up dialog.
The following solution shows you how to do this without writing a single line of code!
I am forever having to copy record link urls and extract the record GUID from the query string and remove the escape characters. Last week was the straw that broke the camel's back so I had to create a Ribbon Button to do it for me.
It is my pleasure to present to you the 'Useful Buttons' solu... [More]
Today I had a most frustrating problem where my Ribbon button was visible but disabled no matter what I did to the Command.
This is usually caused by the Command missing or being invalid - but on further inspection of the RibbonLayout.js.aspx being loaded, the Command simply was... [More]
Yesterday, Jim Daly demoed the Ribbon Workbench in his session on 'Dynamics CRM Extensibility: Tools, Resources, and What’s New' at eXtremeCRM in Las Vagas. Coincidently, last week the Ribbon Workbench moved out of beta testing.
I'm really pleased with how the Ribbon Workbench... [More]
I've added another 'How To' article to the Ribbon Workbench knowledge base:
Enable/Disable a ribbon button dynamically based on a form value
Any suggestions for more? Let me know!
I problem I encounted recently was where I needed to issue a delete statement. E.g.
There is o... [More]
Recently, I had to trouble shoot an issue where the Ribbon was not being displayed for a particular entity. When navigating away from the form, the following error was given by CRM 2011:
I few people I've shown this tip to recently have been surprised - so I thought I'd share it.
If you are developing any Dynamics CRM Solution, you are always going to want to test out security and role based access. The simplest way of doing this is to log on as multiple users, each with a di... [More]