I found a quite interesting bug in my last project.
As the CRM/Dynamics 365 is used worldwide, we had to handle the currency changes. The standard currency lookup view looks like this:
The project architect in his clever thoughts designed this view to be more performant, i.e. remove every columns and just let the currency name:
We modified the currency lookup view and handed it over to the testers. After a few months, the testers came back to us and said: “Did you notice that the currency symbol is not updated?” (when you select a different currency – t.j)
So after a few weeks of the Premier Field Engineering support looking for the problem without any luck, I discovered that the OOTB currency lookup view has the currency symbol in it and that somehow Dynamics 365 is doing some magic tricks to collect that symbol and set the collected symbol in front of every money field on the form.
Lessons learned: never modify the currency lookup view 🙂
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