William Wenzel Posts

January 29th, 2015
William Wenzel
Developer
Dynamics CRM Tech Tip – Localizing Composite Address Fields

Composite fields were added in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 to capture data as a group rather than through multiple disconnected fields. For example, in previous versions of Microsoft Dynamics CRM individual components of an address would need to be captured as separate fi...

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November 20th, 2014
William Wenzel
Developer
Dynamics CRM Tech Tip – Conditionally Show and Hide Fields on an Entity Form – Part 3: Choosing Which Method to Use

In our previous tech tips we have described how to implement showing and hiding logic using business rules and custom JavaScript. It is important to understand when to use business rules versus custom JavaScript and vice versa. Choosing the correct method to implement you...

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November 13th, 2014
William Wenzel
Developer
Dynamics CRM Tech Tip – Conditionally Show and Hide Fields on an Entity Form – Part 2: Using Custom JavaScript

Part 2 of a 3 part series: Using Custom Javascript In last week’s tech tip, we described how to show and hide fields in CRM using business rules. We also outlined some of the key limitations of using business rules which can make it difficult or impossible to implement c...

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November 6th, 2014
William Wenzel
Developer
Dynamics CRM Tech Tip – Conditionally Show and Hide Fields on an Entity Form – Part 1: Using Business Rules

Part 1 of a 3 part series: Using Business Rules When developing customizations for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, forms can become cluttered with fields that are only used under very specific conditions. Take for example the following section from an entity form that deals with...

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August 14th, 2014
William Wenzel
Developer
Dynamics CRM Tech Tip - Using ExecuteMultipleRequest to Speed up CRM API Custom Data Imports

If you’ve worked with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM import wizard you’ll know that although it is a very powerful tool, it does have its limitations.  The maximum file size for individual files is 8 MB, which can be a limiting factor when you need to import a large dataset. ...

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