Additional Script Samples

Chapter 7, described how you can use scripting techniques to further extend Microsoft Dynamics CRM. The next two examples demonstrate how to perform the following common application requests using scripts:

  • Conditionally enabling attributes

  • Hiding navigation links on a form

Conditionally Enabling Attributes

When you configure attributes in Microsoft Dynamics CRM, you can specify a requirement level for each attribute: no constraint, business recommended, or business required. However, you will probably encounter scenarios where you want to dynamically change the requirement level of an attribute based on the value of a different attribute. For example, you might require an account number for your customers (account entity), ...

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