- Xrm.Utility.alertDialog(“Insert Text Here”);
- Xrm.Utility.confirmDialog(“Insert confirm statement here”);
These are just a few things to keep in mind when writing scripts that may have to be accessed by the mobile client at some point in time. Mobile access is becoming more of a necessity today than it ever has before so make sure you’re thinking ahead of the curve when doing custom development.
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By John Annunziato – Pennsylvania Microsoft Dynamics CRM partner