Get Entity Type Code by Name from Javascript – CRM 2015/2016

Hi, There is a very easy way to get Entity Type Code by Name like below var entityTypeCode = Mscrm.EntityPropUtil.EntityTypeName2CodeMap[“lead”];   this will be really helpful when you try opening a CRM form or window. I have tested this in both CRM 2015 and 2016 which worked as charm. Credits to : Thank you, Sreeni Pavalla

Editable Grid for CRM by BusiPlanIT ahanif

Hi, I was going through few new articles published in word press and this editable grid is really cool and will be useful for all CRM developers. Here is the Url of the artcile:   Thank you, Sreeni Pavalla  

You cannot send email as the selected user. The selected user has not allowed this or you do not have sufficient privileges to do so. Contact your system administrator for assistance. Error in CRM 2013/2015

Originally posted on Nishant Rana's Weblog:
Was getting the below error in one of the custom workflow activity we were using for sending email. To fix the issue, Login to CRM with the user selected as From. Open Set Personal Options box And check the check box “Allow other Microsoft Dynamics CRM users to…

CRM 2013 – Business Process Flow – How to hide the ‘Create +’ button on the process bar

Originally posted on Adisys Technology Corner:
Dynamics CRM 2013 BPFs have many beneficial qualities.  They are available for both OOB and custom entities, can span across multiple entities. You can design business process flows that tie together the records for up to five different entities into a single process so that people using CRM can focus…

CRM 2013 – Workflows – Schedule workflows using ISV Provider North52

Originally posted on Adisys Technology Corner:
We’ve requirement to schedule workflows to run at certain times/dates. The workflows can be created in CRM and then run by a console tool or something by a Windows schedule service. We have used Windows Service or Scribe Insight to trigger workin some project and it works as expected. Today…

CRM 2013 – Workflow error AccessCheckEx

Originally posted on Hosk's Dynamic Blog:
I was investigating a bug on CRM 2013 , I got the exception below Unhandled Exception: System.ServiceModel.FaultException`1[[Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.OrganizationServiceFault, Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35]]: SecLib::AccessCheckEx failed. Returned hr = -2147187962, ObjectID: f115e97d-8e19-e511-80ca-000c292122be, OwnerId: 89ed0bdd-7ecd-e411-80c7-000c292122be,  OwnerIdType: 9 and CallingUser: 2ed69167-0bcf-e411-80c7-000c292122be. ObjectTypeCode: 4200, objectBusinessUnitId: 5f964320-05f4-e411-80c9-000c292122be, AccessRights: WriteAccess Detail: <OrganizationServiceFault xmlns:i=”; xmlns=””&gt;   <ErrorCode>-2147220891</ErrorCode>…

CRM 2011 Parental Relationship Behaviour (the Reparent action) in Practise

Originally posted on WOODSWORKBLOG:
Parental relationships in Mscrm do a couple of things, in this post I’m going to focus on the reparent action. (As a side note, reparent isn’t exclusively used in the parental behaviour, but is where it is most commonly used). The MSDN gives a pretty decent description of the reparent action.…