Creating plugin projects in the past is not a simple task. You need to remember a lot of steps to make it. From what I remember the steps are: Create .csproj, set .NET Framework 4.6.2, Install Microsoft.CrmSdk.CoreAssemblies, etc. You can follow this link for the detailed steps for manual creation if you want. Then I found a … Continue reading Dynamics CRM: Create Plugin Project Easier + Faster!
The most common requirement that usually we need to apply is filtering the lookup dynamically based on the state of the current attribute. For example, you have a Custom Approval entity (table) that got a lookup to Customer and Custom Document. Then when the user on the Custom Approval screen, you want to filter the Custom Document based on the Level field (column) that the user … Continue reading Dynamics CRM Client Scripting: addCustomFilter and addPreSearch
How many of you already know about PCF (PowerApps Component Framework) control? A framework that lets us (developer) create customize UI to be used in PowerApps. Because we are talking about customized UI and I'm a pure programmer, make use of Bootstrap is always a way to go for me. Bootstrap can help me more focus on … Continue reading How To Setup Bootstrap On Your PCF Project
On my blog, one of the most viewed posts is Dynamics CRM Plugin Development: Pre-Operation vs Post-Operation. This makes me realized that I need to create another blog post about plugin development, in general, to make you know what's the dos and don'ts in plugin development (in a general way). The concepts of this blog … Continue reading General Tips on Dynamics CRM Plugin Development
Do you know that we can do UI Testing easily in Dynamics CRM? In this blog post, we will learn about how to set up a solution project for doing UI testing using the PowerApps.UIAutomation.Api nuget package. Like the naming, UI testing meaning that testing that being done automatically (via code) on the UI. Not … Continue reading Dynamics CRM: Setup PowerApps.UIAutomation.Api for The UI Testing
Do you know that in Xrm.Utility object now got a nice function called lookupObjects? When we called this function, it will help us open a nice dialog that lets us choose (single or multiple) records and return to us an array of the selected data. We can pass lots of combinations of parameters to make the dialog more … Continue reading Exploration: Dynamics CRM Client Scripting – Xrm.Utility.lookupObjects
Last week, we already learn how to build a simple code to get data from Web-API to project the result in RetriveMultiple message that you can access here. Now we will continue to implement advanced scenarios to filtering, sorting and paginating the data. Filtering + Sorting Data Because we are using JSONPlaceholder API, we only can do … Continue reading Dynamics CRM: Implement Virtual Entity – Part 2
Have you ever heard about Virtual Entity? In short, the Virtual Entity is read-only data. We can pull the data from any other data-source to Dynamics CRM to let users view the data. So now we will be experimenting create Virtual Entity and setup the code until we can see it in the CRM. In this … Continue reading Dynamics CRM: Implement Virtual Entity – Part 1