Show hierarchically related activities in subgrid

In this article I will demonstrate how to implement a plugin to extend the possibilities for showing activities that are related through account hierarchy in a subgrid on a Microsoft Dynamics CRM form. In my previous article I showed how to create a simple plugin to show all directly related activities in a subgrid, and … Continue reading Show hierarchically related activities in subgrid

Show ALL related activities in a subgrid

Microsoft Dynamics CRM offers great capabilities for activity entities, both out of the box and custom activities.This post will describe a way to extend those capabilities even more, using a quite simple plugin. During eXtremeCRM in Warsaw last week, a fellow CRMian and frequent user of FetchXML Builder approached me to ask if I knew … Continue reading Show ALL related activities in a subgrid

OnChange part 3: Where is the clearOnChange method?

The Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK comes with lots of functionality to affect how CRM behaves on the client side.In a couple of articles I will discuss the opportunities ventilate my frustration over run-time event handling manipulation. My first article in this series covered problems when trying to remove design-time defined onChange events in run-time using … Continue reading OnChange part 3: Where is the clearOnChange method?

OnChange part 2: addOnChange with context awareness

The Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK comes with lots of functionality to affect how CRM behaves on the client side.In a couple of articles I will discuss the opportunities ventilate my frustration over run-time event handling manipulation. My first article in this series covered problems when trying to remove design-time defined onChange events in run-time. This … Continue reading OnChange part 2: addOnChange with context awareness

OnChange part 1: Remove design-time event handlers

The Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK comes with lots of functionality to affect how CRM behaves on the client side.In a couple of articles I will discuss the opportunities ventilate my frustration over run-time event handling manipulation. Events reacting to changes in fields can be defined design-time by making customizations to forms, and run-time by adding … Continue reading OnChange part 1: Remove design-time event handlers

CRM 2011 Quick Reference for Form Scripting

Big thumbs up to Jim Daly who composed this Form Scripting Quick Reference for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. Very good, short, intuitive examples and really easy to find what you are looking for. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj602964.aspx

Xrm.Utility methods in MS Dynamics CRM UR8

Have you ever used the unsupported javascript-function openObj to open a form in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011? Have you ever cursed out loud over getting correct paths and parameters for URL Addressable Forms? Have you ever implemented your own functionality to open a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 webresource in a new window? Stop that. Now. … Continue reading Xrm.Utility methods in MS Dynamics CRM UR8