Prepare your JavaScript for Dynamics CRM 2013

The CRM Team have posted a very good article on what to look out for with regards ensuring you are ready for Dynamics CRM 2013 form script changes. Take a look at this article to help prepare for your upgrade .

You can also find the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Custom Code Validation Tool here This will help you prepare for your upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013. It is possible that some code will stop working or cause an error when you upgrade from CRM 2011 to 2013 so it is worth putting the time in to investigate. The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Custom Code Validation Tool helps identify potential problems so that any potential issues can be resolved before upgrading. the tool will help identify potential issues with custom JavaScript in JavaScript libraries and HTML web resources. It will detect issues in web resources that will no longer work after you upgrade from CRM 2011 to 2013. Areas that the tool will cover include CRM v4 client SDK calls, CRM 2007 end points and Common DOM manipulations.

if you haven’t already you should go take a look at What’s Changing in the Next Major Release of Dynamics CRM for a broad overview of the new release.

You can download the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Software Development Kit (SDK) here to get up to speed regards the fantastic capabilities coming with CRM 2013. The Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Software Development Kit (SDK) is for developers, system customisers, and report writers.

A great site to keep up to date with all the goodness is the Dynamics CRM Develop Center on msdn. where you can get all of the information you need to develop, design, and distribute solutions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM.


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