Just recently updated the CRM utilities extension with the following fixes :
- Supports SVG files correctly. Although publishing files to an SVG Web Resource was working, if a file in Visual Studio had the SVG extension, when right clicking it, it would not offer the option to Link or Publish.
- When extracting a solution from Dynamics, if the Web Resource naming convention does not have a file extension, then the Publish and Linking features would not work properly. Now, if it detects that the file has a corresponding “filename.data.xml” file (which it will if its been exported and unpacked from Dynamics), then it will offer the Publish and Linking options.
- An Entity Filter has been added to the Class Generation options allowing a list of entity logical names (separated by a semi-colon) to be entered. When creating a class file, any entities that are found in this list are not added to the file. This is very useful when you have a similar named custom entity that always clashes with a system entity. For example, if you have your own address entity, you can exclude the system address entity.
As usual, you can get the update from the Marketplace, or by downloading here :
I have recently updated my Visual Studio Template for holding Microsoft Dynamics Assets. Its available on the Marketplace by searching for Hallstudios, or you can download it using the button below.
- The solution also includes Intellisense for the Xrm Client API within the TypeScript files.
- The Solution Unpacker tool has been updated with the latest version so it now supports packing and unpacking Dynamics Solutions that contain Flow’s.
The CRM Utilities for Visual Studio has just been updated to include a great new feature for CRM Web Resource Developers. A Publish All Web Resources option has been added which allows all currently linked files to be published to CRM in one go. Check it out now.
The CRM Utilities for Visual Studio has just been updated to include a great new feature for C# CRM Developers. This feature allows the user to create some lightweight classes to help in developing code without having to specify attribute and entity schema names. Check it out now.
New release from Hallstudios/Dynamics CRM for a nice little utility library for LinqPad and Microsoft Dynamics.
New release from Hallstudios/Dynamics CRM for a nice little utility library for Visual Studio.