Power Apps Component Framework (PCF) controls are a new, shiny, thing that Power Platform / Dynamics 365 developers can work with. They are also a subject area within Microsoft exam MB-400. Therefore, in my next post on my series targeting this exam, let’s see how they work.
Feature deprecations can often cause some degree of disruption, especially if they involve custom code. Microsoft has recently deprecated the Xrm.Page object for JScript form functions in Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement. Find out more about this change and what you will need to do to fix this as part of this week's blog post.
This is an accompanying blog post to my YouTube video Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Deep Dive: Creating a Basic Jscript Form Function, the first in a series that aims to provide tutorials on how to accomplish developer focused tasks within Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement. You can watch the video in full below: https://youtu.be/smZyMwQjgpM Below you will [...]
When working with form-level JScript functionality on Dynamics CRM/Dynamics 365 for Enterprise (D365E), you often uncover some interesting pieces of exposed functionality that can be utilised neatly for a specific business scenario. I did a blog post last year on arguably one of the best of these functions when working with Lookup field controls - [...]
Removing Multiple Status Reason Values in the Header Area (Dynamics CRM/Dynamics 365 for Enterprise)
The ability to modify the values within Option Set fields on a Dynamics CRM/Dynamics 365 for Enterprise (D365E) form is, depending on your business scenario, one of the best reasons to learn how to write basic JScript form functions. Microsoft makes available 3 methods via the Xrm.Page.ui control (which can be handily shortcutted to Xrm.Page.getControl): addOption [...]
Resolving ‘Link entity with name or alias account is not found’ Error When Using Xrm.Page.getControl().addPreSearch JScript Function
One of the nice things about working with lookup fields on entity forms is the ability to filter the results programmatically via a form level JScript function. The steps for doing this, thankfully, are rather straightforward: Prepare a FetchXML filter snippet that applies the type of filtering you want to perform. This can either be [...]
I was working within CRM recently, attempting to configure some form level logic in order to display/hide fields, based on certain conditions on the form itself. I went into it rather gung-ho and immediately started writing the following JScript function: I then suddenly thought "Hang on - can't this be done via a Business Rule [...]
I was having a chat with a colleague recently about the new Interactive Service Hub (ISH) in CRM, in particular the new entity forms that are used as part of this. One of the questions that came up was "From a form scripting point of view, do ISH forms let you utilise all of the [...]