Tip #131: Test CRM for Tablets from CRM not for Tablets

Following a cool tip about testing CRM for Tablets from my fellow tipster Joel, I figured that if anyone knows your URL and orgname, it’d be your CRM organization and it should be possible to run this test from inside any CRM organization without trying to memorize ngas and orgnames or remember to login before […]

Tip #20: Use alertDialog and confirmDialog to display messages to users

If your javascript code is peppered with alerts and confirms, it’s time to stock up on the invigorating drink of your choice and rewrite. The reason is very simple – CRM for tablets does not like anything that blocks execution. New stablemates are alertDialog and confirmDialog – use them to display messages to users and […]

Tip #4: The Application Metadata security privilege

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In Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013, to use CRM for Tablets, the user’s security role must have the “CRM for Tablets” permission, but there is also another new permission needed to use the tablet apps. On the Customization tab of CRM security roles, there is a new privilege called “Application Metadata.” The user requires read access […]