Archive for March 2014

SnapShot! What is the Processing Log used for?

SnapShot! v3.0 added an additional user-interface element called the Processing Log. Since many of the data extraction and reporting processes are long-running, this helps you see exactly what process is occurring.  Here is a sample:   You know when SnapShot! is completely finished when you see the […]

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Transformer! 2.6 Released

Version 2.6 of Transformer!, the ultimate Dynamics CRM JavaScript conversion tool is now available. New in this release: New Transformations: 1. .GetControl Now converts to .getControl   2. crmForm.attachEvent(“onsave”, onsave); crmForm.all.productid.attachEvent(“onchange”, productonchange); Now converts to: Xrm.Page.entity.addOnSave(onsave); Xrm.Page.getAttribute(“productid”).addOnChange(productonchange);   3.  crmForm.all.new_name.fireEvent(“onchange”); Now converts to: Xrm.Page.getAttribute(“new_name”).fireOnChange();   4.  document.getElementById(‘crmFormSelector’).innerText; […]

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SnapShot! 3.0 Released

SnapShot! 3.0 for Dynamics CRM is now available.  Here is a quick overview of what is included in this release:   Enhancements SnapShot! was enhanced in the following ways:   Report Generation Speed Internally SnapShot! was entirely re-architected to reduce the amount of time it took to […]

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SnapShot! 3.0 JavaScript Function Reference

Occasionally I found myself needing a comprehensive list of JavaScript functions found within the various Dynamics CRM Web Resources found within the system I was working on. Using technology borrowed from my JavaScript conversion tool, Transformer!, I’ve added a feature to SnapShot! that will create a list […]

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SnapShot! 3.0 Auditing Summary

SnapShow! 3.0 includes an auditing summary feature that produces a single Microsoft Excel worksheet that contains a list of all entities and fields that have auditing enabled. This information is normally included in the standard entity and field reports but we wanted something specific that would allow […]

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SnapShot! 3.0 JavaScript Events

The Dynamics CRM 2011/2013 object model allows you to define events using configuration, through the user-interface, or via code, using JavaScript. In some cases, mostly dependent on your requirements and coding-style, it is advantageous to switch from the normal user interface-configuration to using JavaScript. One reason to […]

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