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  • Using the Forms collection in the SalesLogix LAN client

    From time to time, you may find that you want to reference a control or script on a form other than the one you are currently on. This can be done easily using the Forms collection in SalesLogix. The first thing we need to do is to loop through all open forms, checking for the desired form. For this...
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  • Utilizing Spell-Check functionality in SalesLogix 7.5 LAN

    If you've ever wanted to implement some sort of Spell Check functionality within your SalesLogix database, you're in luck! The Standard Spell Check vbScript makes it simple to add this functionality to your custom forms. *Note: Microsoft Word must be installed on the local machine. For this example...
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  • Setting conditions for Crystal Reports in SalesLogix LAN

    I wanted to quickly outline a process for passing a condition to a Crystal report in two simple steps. Say you've created an account report that you want to launch via a button on the account detail, limited to the current account record. Step 1, Setting up the button: The button is going to do two...
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  • Adding items to the Opportunity Snapshot (LAN)

    The opportunity snapshot on the Opportunity Detail view is a handy place to display summary information, but customizing it can be a bit confusing. The Snapshot is simply a browser control, displaying HTML which is being generated by a method on the Opportunity detail screen. You can see the HTML code...
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  • Building new Main Views in SalesLogix LAN - Part 2

    In my last Main Views article, I created the detail view as well as the mainview. For this next part, I'll go through creating an insert view, as well as toolbar and menu items for the new SLXProject entity. Creating the Insert View: The insert view for this new area will be created as a manage view...
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  • Using Team Membership for Dynamic view display

    On occasion, I've had requirements to display different 'versions' of a form for one group of users over another. While field level security can be used to limit read\write access to fields by using security profiles, another option is to use team membership to determine how to configure...
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  • SalesLogix Basics 5 - SplitterPanel Control

    The SplitterPanel control in SalesLogix gives you the ability to partition a view into sections, and gives you the ability to resize the panels at run-time by dragging the splitter line on the control. For this example, I've created a simple contacts view at the account level which contains a grid...
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