Friday, December 29, 2017

Debugging JavaScript in Dynamics 365 Outlook App

Here's a quick tip on how to debug your custom JavaScript code in the Dynamics 365 App for Outlook
  1. Right-click in the page/form shown by the Dynamics 365 app and select the Debug option.
  2. Select Visual Studio as the debug tool to use.
  3. In Visual Studio, in the Exception Settings window, select all options/boxes for the JavaScript Runtime Exceptions option.
  4. In Visual Studio, press F5 to continue running the Outlook App. Perform an operation that leads to the exception/error in your code or to a "debugger" statement that you've added to the code.
  5. You can then proceed to step through the code, get variable values, etc.

Thursday, December 28, 2017

Favorite Dynamics 365 (CRM and related) Articles and Tweets of the Day - 2017-12-28

Here are my favorite new and unique Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM (and related) tweets for the past few days, filtered using Microsoft Azure Logic Apps, Functions and Flow.

Have a great day!


Twitter The #MicrosoftGraph bindings for #AzureFunctions make it easier to work with #MicrosoftGraph in #AzureFunctions.


Twitter Editing Your Solution's customizations.xml File from D365 v9.0 #MsDyn365 #crm #mscrm


Twitter Multi-Tenant Server to Server Auth and Granting Access by @sonomapartners #MSDyn365 

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Favorite Dynamics 365 (CRM and related) Articles and Tweets of the Day - 2017-12-20

Here are my favorite new and unique Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM (and related) tweets for the past few days, filtered using Microsoft Azure Logic Apps, Functions and Flow.

Have a great day!


Twitter How have I not seen this before? Dynamics Power Pane extension for Chrome #MSDYN365 #MSDYNCRM 

Twitter Tip #1046: Find days until retirement #msdyn365