When I started using Dynamics CRM 2013, I found a new field type added called "Image". Initially, I thought it would allow developers to put an image on a CRM form and that "Image" can be of any type. Later, I came to realize that the "Image" type is referring an image that is being put to the entity record, which the user can update and change like in Office 365.
Developers can use the "Image" type by following the below steps
For some system entities, the "Image" field is available by default. Each entity has one "Image" field.
Below are the entities which have the "Image" field available by default. Though every entity below has an "Image" field, displaying an image requires an additional step. In the entity information, developers have to set the "Primary Image" field values to either 'None' or 'Entity Image'.
To display the entity's image record choose the 'Entity Image' option. Also, at the form level developers have to select 'Show Image' on the form check box. This way, the CRM record can show an image.
Enabled by default(yes)
Enabled by default(No)
Email Server Profile
Below are the steps to add image to custom entity:
2. To add Primary Image to
entity go to fields=>New, Then fill the information and select type as
'Image'. After selecting type as Image "Save and Close" the record.
3. This field is not available to place on CRM form. (Don’t search this field to put on CRM form.).
7. I just added an image and
my record looks like this
Now you can enjoy adding
images to Dynamics CRM Records!
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