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Removing Duplicate Records from CRM

After a recent migration, we had a number of duplicate account records in CRM. We were loading hundreds of thousands of records for performance testing, and then we wanted to continue to use the same database for integration development, so we wanted to clean up the data and get rid of duplicates to minimize errors with the integration. You can use the built-in Duplicate Detection to identify duplicate records, but this doesn't help you get rid of them - you would still have to manually merge or ...

Setting Read Only Colors with JavaScript

Using JavaScript/Jscript to dynamically set a field to disabled or read only can come in handy.  But when you make this change, the colors of the field don't match the standard read only field colors that CRM sets when you manually set the read only attribute.  This post describes how to set a field to read only in javascript AND make the colors consistent with other read only fields on your forms.

Changing a document title

At times it is helpful to change the document title of a form. In case you aren't familiar with the term, the document title refers to the text that appears at the top of the tab or window (depending on your Internet Explorer preferences) of a form in MS CRM.

Test CRM as a Different User

There are times where it is helpful to test your CRM changes logged in as a different user.   This will allow you to see everything that this user would experience. Of course you can physically log on to the users machine, but a better way is to run a simple batch script that will start the CRM web client and prompt you for the users password. The contents of the .bat script would look like: runas /user:LITWAREINC\PaulW "C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore  http://moss ...

Add a "Copy Address to Clipboard" Button to Your Contact Form

When working with Contact records in Microsoft Dynamics CRM, you might find it frustrating if someone asks you to send them the address of a particular contact. You either have to re-type it or copy it line by line. To save yourself the headache, use the ISVConfig customizations in CRM 3.0 or CRM 4.0 to add a button to the Contact form that lets you copy the address to the clipboard. The example in this entry illustrates how to do this for the Contact.

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