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Dynamics CRM: The error is not always what you see

One of my customers has had an issue with their CRM system since I upgraded them from Dynamics CRM 4.0 to 2011. Basically the System Settings page will not allow you to make changes.  I got the following JavaScript error: <ScriptErrorDetails> <Message>Object doesn’t support property or method ‘down'</Message> <Line>426</Line> <URL>/tools/systemsettings/dialogs/systemsettings.aspx</URL> <PageURL>/tools/systemsettings/dialogs/systemsettings.aspx</PageURL> <Function>anonymousr:Objectdoesn’tsupportpropertyormethod’down'</Function> <FunctionRaw>TypeError: Object doesn’t […]

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SnapShot! 3.6 for Dynamics CRM released

SnapShot! 3.6 is now available. You can read more about it by visiting the SnapShot! product page. You may also download a sample of the reports SnapShot! generates here.   What’s in this Release? This release includes the following:   New Reports The following new reports are available: Entity Maps Shows the source and target […]

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Developing applications for multiple versions of Dynamics CRM

As most of you know, I have a several add-on products for Dynamics CRM developers, administrators, and consultants. They all share common user interface and application frameworks that I developed several years ago. When I first started writing these tools all I had to worry about was Dynamics CRM 4.0, which was pretty easy. Then […]

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JavaScript Upgrade Gotcha #5: = does not equal ==

I run into this occasionally when converting Dynamics CRM 4.0 JavaScript into the 2011 object model. Consider this piece of code: if ((crmForm.all.new_field1.DataValue >= 3) && (crmForm.all.new_field1.DataValue <= 10)) { sitetotal = 2; } else if (crmForm.all.new_field1.DataValue > 10) { sitetotal = 3; } else if (crmForm.all.new_field1.DataValue = 0) { sitetotal = 0; } Can […]

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4 The value of using Visual Studio to edit your Dynamics CRM JavaScript

As I have stated previously, if you are not using Visual Studio to edit your Dynamics CRM JavaScript, you are doing yourself a huge disservice. Consider this code:     Can you spot the problem? Visual Studio and Resharper did. Notice the blue line under Industrytotal? It is there because Industrytotal has not been defined […]

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