Monthly Archives: February 2009

Tip: Copy pasting error screens


Something simple but some people don’t know this is possible. When you get an error message in NAV (or any error screen in Windows) you can just simply press Ctrl+C to place the text of this error screen in the clipboard.

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CRM 4.0 Merge tool


A new tool has been released for merging CRM customizations. Worth the download if you ask me! Read all about it in this post.

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Get the current assembly path in ASP.NET


The get the current assembly’s path you could execute this code to get the current path: Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly().Location   This code will return the directory where the assembly is curently located. For an ASP.NET application this will be “C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files”.

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Wow6432 Registry key on x64 machine


When you look at the registy of a x64 System you will notice that there are some keys in there called Wow6432Node. These keys are there for 32-bit applications. Basically if you have a 32-bit application that is reading from

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ASPX extension is missing in IIS


Before you can use ASPX pages in an IIS website you need to enable this Webservice Extension in IIS. If you install IIS after the .NET framework was installed, it is likely that the ASPX extension is not registered in

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Custom ASPX assemblies


Custom ASPX assemblies can now be placed in the ISV/<yourapp>/bin folder due to Update Rollup 2. Read more about it in this post

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Refreshing a parent window when crmForm.IsDirty


When you try to refresh the parent window from an ISV page and the crmForm was
modified but not saved, you will get a confirmation dialog from CRM asking you
to continue or cancel the action.

To disable this behaviour you can Save the CRM form before the refresh action.

This seems to be standard CRM behaviour. You can try this when modifying an
account and then deactivating it. The new values will be saved automatically and
the account will be deactivated.

Put the following code in the OnInit of the aspx page:

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