Tip #706: Passing arguments to the webresource does not work after authentication

Fallen god

We are all mortals, after all. I just witnessed a rare occassion when even Tanguy “The XRM Toolbox” Touzard needed a helping hand from none other than Andrii “Khohol” Butenko. Tanguy I’m working on a really simple integration where an external app needs to open a webresource with parameters passed in data url argument: https://qwerty.crm4.dynamics.com/WebResources/foo_/cti/index.html?data=phonenumber%3d0123456789%26service%3dadv […]

Tip #702: How to tell apart system roles and their clones

Role play and theater masks

It’s been a while since we had a truckstop but Larry “Tex” Lentz keeps asking questions on behalf of some mysteryous “students”. Let’s stop and listen. How can one tell if a security role is a copy and which role it’s a copy of? Feridun “Best Twitter Handle for CRM MVP” Kadir closed the discussion […]

Tip #699: Don’t go back on context

Tima and Punishment

This one is for javascript lovers. If you work with HTML web resources, you know that you need to include ClientGlobalContext.js.aspx to get CRM context in your script. If everything is working correctly but you receive JS error “GetClientContext is not defined” when using back button in Chrome browser, add dummy query parameter to the […]

Tip #691: Extract an existing Word Template from CRM 2016

Tooth Extraction

In CRM 2016 we have the fantastic Word Templates feature with which users can generate finished documents in just a few clicks. Far easier than the old mail merge options, and no need to have locally installed versions of Word, the Outlook client and so on. But one annoying limitation of the feature for many […]

Tip #644: Async Dynamics CRM awaits you

Hanging minesweeper

Gayan “Performance Wizard” Perera hates waiting. Be smart, be like Gayan. For anyone who’s been waiting to get async/await support for the CRM SDK, you can now get a simple extension class from https://github.com/NZxRMGuy/crmsdk-async The downside with my one is that it’s a wrapper around the sync method – some people do frown upon this […]