View Layout Replicator

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3 Responses to View Layout Replicator

  1. Ivor Whibley says:

    Hi Tanguy

    We have an issue with a CRM implementation and think that the view replicator may have caused this. (I have posted on your blog)

    This is a simple CRM installation with no Custom Entities, no Plugins and some very minor JScript.

    We had the problems of the Lookups going blank when selected and eventually raised a case with MS who identified the source which led us back to your blog and we fixed the XML as suggested and this resolved the issue.

    Now we are adding web parts via SharePoint, something we do a lot of, and on this application we are getting errors. All we are exposing in the web parts are the default views of Account and Opportunity. We also get errors when we undertake a search.

    We have taken a set of clean CRM customisations and the web parts work, however the set that have been through the view replicator is having problems.

    I want to eliminate this as a possibility before I raise another MS case

  2. mscrmtools says:

    Ho Ivor,

    Basically, the tool just took the layoutxml part of the source view and apply it to the target views.

    So the first thing you should try is to implement the view your designed manually (ie. the active records one) on your sharepoint and see if it is working or not.

    If it is working, there should be somethiong wrong with my tool even if I can’t see what now. If it is crashing too, then the tool is not involved.

    Please keep me informed about this test.

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