I have 2 sons that have been playing baseball since they were able to walk. They really wanted their dad to coach their team, so for the past 12 years I have been involved in working with our local Little League organization.
I recently was asked if there was a way to put inputs that are of similar manor on a form in a cross-tab grid format. Similar to this: Col 1 Col 2 Col 3 Row 1 Row 2 Let’s see how this can be done. Start by creating your attributes.
Recently we had a client who wanted to modify the default Activity and Activity History views on the Account form. Rather than having the closed activities view default to "Related Regarding," they wanted the view to default to just the records associated with the selected record.
In CRM 2011 you can easily get fetchXML from an advanced find because there is a “Download FetchXML” button. Well if you are in CRM 4.0 you don’t have this feature available. But there is feature you can use to get the same results. Let’s start by doing an advanced find.
Back in May I wrote a blog showing you how to turn a textarea in a CRM form into a WYSIWYG editor. In this blog I will show you how you can put this same editor into CRM 2011. In CRM 2011 you will have to put all of the Jquery and HtmlBox files in the system as Web Resources.