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MS Dynamics 365: Some useful JavaScript Functions


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We’ll start with some useful JavaScript functions that you’ll need in your adventures with MS Dynamics 365 Development. A quick cheat sheet, if you will. It is for CRM v9.

To do thisDo this
Get the executionContextUse the Pass execution context as first parameter option in the Handler Properties dialog
Get the formContextvar formContext = executionContext.getFormContext();
Get the Attribute Valuevar lastName = formContext.getAttribute("lastname").getValue();
Get the Id of the Current Data Recordvar id =;
Get the Form Typevar formType = formContext.ui.getFormType();0Undefined1Create2Update3Read-Only4Disabled5Bulk Edit
Set notificationformContext.ui.setFormNotification('This is a message', 'LEVEL', 'NOTIFICATION_ID');Levels: ERROR, WARNING, INFO
Get Controlvar firstName = formContext.getControl("firstname");
Set the field as Read-onlyformContext.getAttribute("firstname").setDisabled(true);
Get Current User Idvar userGuid = formContext.context.getUserId();
Clear notificationformContext.ui.clearFormNotification('NOTIFICATION_ID');
Save the, errorCallback);;Everything is optional. Documentation on MSDN.

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