Category Archives: JavaScript

Microsoft Typescript

In the last few years Javascript has largely taken over the world, ever since we first laid eyes on Google Suggest and Outlook Web Access to see what could be possible using Javascript (and later AJAX) to make Web Applications … Continue reading

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Using jQuery in CRM 2011

With the introduction of Web Resources to CRM 2011, the model for client-side scripting changes completely – in the past we were restricted to embedding chunks of Javascript into the CRM Database to enable certain client side actions, and beyond invoking … Continue reading

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Filtered Lookups in CRM 2011

Often when working with CRM Projects we can see requirements where we require a selection of other CRM records filtered to only records that are associated with an earlier user selection.  A common example would be selecting a key contact … Continue reading

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Form Scripting in CRM 2011

The ability to insert Javascript into Client-side Events was one of the most common ways of extending MSCRM’s functionality, allowing bespoke logic to be implemented with a small amount of development effort. This largely acted as mid-way development between Functional … Continue reading

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Filtered Lookup as a Drop-down Picklist in MSCRM

Post describing how to implement a Filtered Lookup in MSCRM 4 through use of a Dummy Picklist field populated with values derived from a XML HTTP call to the MSCRM Webservice. Continue reading

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Drop-down Country Selection via Picklist in MSCRM

This old chestnut cropped in up one of my projects recently – is an often requirement to replace the free-text MSCRM Country field with a drop-down list such that users can select a particular country and so avoid incorrect/ambiguous typing … Continue reading

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