Tag: Javascript

Adding a Filter/Condition to the Contact Attendees Lookup in the Infor CRM Activity Editor Dialog

I’ve posted a few times before about customizing the Infor CRM (Saleslogix) Activity Editor Dialog. It’s a form made up of 100% Javascript so customizing it isn’t like your typical Infor CRM Web customizations. In this article, we’ll be looking at how to customize the lookup to add contact attendees (participants) to the activity. Specifically, […]

Customizing the Activity Dialog in Infor CRM to Default the Activity Location to the Selected Contact’s Address

Customizing the Activity Dialog in Infor CRM Web is not like customizing other forms. This form is not a QuickForm/SmartPart or ASP.NET form. Instead, it is made entirely of Javascript. However, once you’ve learned the basics of how to work with it, you actually have every bit as much flexibility, or more, than working with a […]

Using Computed columns to create an Email link on a standard ICRM web datagrid

Recently, I had a request to build functionality that would allow a user to send an email based on information in a datagrid row. Here is an outline of how I put that functionality together. The form contains a standard datasource/datagrid setup (Note, this does not work with an editable datagrid). In addition to any other functionality on the form, we also need to add two objects: A Hidden Text control, and a button on the form. The Hidde...

Easily Showing and Hiding Tabs at Runtime in Infor CRM (Saleslogix)

Showing and hiding tabs in the Infor CRM (Saleslogix) client should be an easy thing. It should be something you can do on demand, and any time, no matter where things are in the page life-cycle. You should be able to show or hide tabs based on changes in other controls on the detail form. The help in Application Architect describes creating a module, an external assembly that you can wire up for the portal to show and hide tabs and runtime. That...

Avoiding the Dirty Data Message When Programatically Redirecting to a Record in Infor CRM (Saleslogix)

In my last post I wrote about using the OnClientClick property of a control (or button) to run JavaScript prior to running the actual server-side click action in order to prompt a confirmation message. To piggy-back on that post, there are a lot of useful things you can do with javascript that will run before your form submits back to the server to so some action. In this post, we'll look at that same idea to clear the dirty-flag with client-...

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