Any importable CRM solution holds within the *.zip file a component named solution.xml. In order to edit this, you need a better understanding of the <RootComponent> nodes (type attribute). For a complete list of root component types, you can use the following SQL statement: SELECT AttributeValue as Type, Value as [Root Component] FROM StringMap WHERE… Continue reading Solution Component Types
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Upon creating a custom entity as Activity Entity and not checking the “Display in Activity Menus” option, there is no supported way to alter this. However, here is the unsupported approach (in SQL): UPDATE Entity SET ActivityTypeMask = 1 WHERE EntityId = (SELECT EntityId FROM Entity WHERE Name = ‘custom_entity_schema_name’) After this minor adjustment, a… Continue reading Activity typed Entity – Display in Activity Menus
Sometimes, making an $.ajax request to a web service might return the “No Transport” error, if the web service is hosted in a different domain. To solve this issue, you need to set the CORS support on true: $.support.cors = true; before you make the $.ajax request and the following property on the request level:… Continue reading Fixing Ajax “No Transport” error
When creating a web service, the following configured bindings should be taken into consideration, based on the endpoint you are using (soap, rest etc.), to avoid large parameter structures not being processed or timeout issues: Also, the following runtime tag should look like this: Another best practice to avoid potential “System.InvalidOperationException: The JSON request was too large… Continue reading WCF Service Bindings – web.config