Last year I blogged twice about how to dynamically create tooltips in MS CRM. Today I want to share with you a post on how to do this in CRM2011 using jQuery and an XML webresource in which you can specify tooltips per entity and fields. The function below reads the xml file and displays a […]
Today I had the following error "The given key was not present in the dictionary" in MS CRM when opening an associated view. Searching for a solution I came accross many blogs indicating that plugins might be the cause. As it turned out I had deleted a picklist option from the entity without reassigning […]
Contrary to what I usually write about, I’m posting an article today about MS Office Visio shapes. In particular Nassi-Schneiderman which is very helpful in designing software/business processes that contain multiple decision steps, case-statements, loops etc.. Source: www.edrawsoft.com Unfortunately, this template is no longer available by default in MS Office Visio 2003/2007 but after […]
Did you know that you can use the standard Import Wizard in MS CRM to update records in the database? You can update CRM data by exporting records to Excel, making your desired modifications in Excel, and then re-importing them back into CRM and update the records instead of creating new ones. This can be […]
The CRM 2011 Implementation Guide was released a few weeks ago, and it looks like the CRM 2011 SDK has also been released. And the CRM 2011 Developer Training Kit has also been released recently.
In MS CRM the document title and form title defaults to the primary name attribute of an entity. Sometimes you want to display a different name e.g. to display both the account name and account number. The originale idea came from: http://mscrm4ever.blogspot.com/2008/10/finding-crmform-elements-by-css-class.html I made this function a bit more generic and changed it so you […]
Last year I wrote an article explaining how to filter a picklist based on another picklist in MS CRM. In this article I’ll explain how to filter a picklist based on an array of values. The original idea for this approach came from Greg Owens on: The CRM Grid – A Microsoft CRM Blog. I […]