Archive for September 2012

JavaScript Conversion: Removing unnecessary code #1. Adding mailto to an email-enable text field

Occasionally I will run into JavaScript that was added to a form to provide functionality desirable by the business. I have seen several instances where code such as this:   if (crmForm.all.emailaddress1 != null) { crmForm.all.emailaddress1.ondblclick = function () { var email = crmForm.all.emailaddress1.DataValue; if ((email != […]

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JavaScript Conversion: Handling Automatic Semicolon Insertion

One of the most difficult parts of converting JavaScript from CRM 4.0 to 2011 is handling situations where the developer did not use a terminating semicolon.  Actually, this is a problem with JavaScript in general, as I was reminded this week when I listened to the Drama […]

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JavaScript Conversion Keywords

During my recent JavaScript Conversion discussions webinar I showed a list of Supported and Unsupported keywords. I’ve created a page so that you can view them without having to download the webinar support materials. If you run into something that is not on either of these lists, […]

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JavaScript Conversion Discussions Webinar Recording and Materials

JavaScript Conversion Discussions Webinar (September, 2012) We’ll discussed the technical aspects of converting your JavaScript from CRM 4.0 to CRM 2011, as well as the processes that will aid in the overall upgrade process.   Tools to Help Your Conversion: JavaScript Converter http://dynamicsxrmtools.codeplex.com   CRM JavaScript Conversion Assistant […]

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