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iFrames and Relative Paths

I ran into this issue again and although I am sure I write about it before, I can’t find a reference to it. The Scenario In Dynamics CRM 4.0 it was quite common for companies (on-premise) to have custom ASP.NET pages that were shown within the context of the Dynamics CRM web site.  Since they […]

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JavaScript Upgrade Strategy #7: Code Consolidation

Continuing on our refactor process, we enter the code consolidation phase. This includes the following processes:   Remove duplicate functions One of the features of Transformer! is to identify duplicate functions when performing the conversion process but you can always just hunt these down manually, if necessary.  There are actually two types of duplicates that […]

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4 JavaScript Upgrade Strategy #5: Web Resource Organization

When designing or re-designing JavaScript Web Resources, there are a few practices that I like to follow:   One web resource per entity Create one resource for each entity. This resource will contain JavaScript functionality related specifically to that entity.   One web resource per entity ribbon If you have JavaScript called from Ribbon configuration […]

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1 JavaScript Upgrade Strategy #3: Use Visual Studio (with add-ins)

One of the best practices a Dynamics CRM developer can follow is to use Visual Studio to edit your JavaScript.  Combine the basic functionality with an add-in like Resharper, and you have a very productive development environment.  Here’s why: Intellisense Visual Studio provides both intellisense and the ability to visually identify coding errors. This alone […]

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XRM Toolbox Updates

The XRM Toolbox for Dynamics CRM is a collection of utilities for Dynamics CRM developers and administrators, written by fellow MVP Tanguy TOUZARD. The Toolbox received an update today that includes two new tools:   User Settings Utility Update user settings in bulk. Metadata Browser Browse metadata without installing solution in your organization.   Other […]

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Upgraded Dynamics CRM 4.0 Anomaly

One of my SnapShot! customers ran into what could be one of the strangest anomaly’s this week that I thought I would document here, so that other people (including myself) can find it. They were running SnapShot! against a Dynamics CRM 2011 organization as they were prototyping to move to Dynamics CRM 2011.  The organization […]

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