One of the key ways that you can integrate other web applications with Microsoft CRM is to use the Iframe control. When using Iframes to SharePoint Technologies pages you may want to remove the navigation and title bar chrome so that the document library has a more integrated appearance. Below are the steps I use to trim the chrome on Windows SharePoint Services v2 and SharePoint Portal Server 2003.
The first thing to do is to create a new view for your document library. By using a new view you can preserve the normal user experience when navigating the document library within SharePoint. This also provides for a tailored experience when integrated into Microsoft CRM.
Figure 1 - Sections to Remove
Note: If you use “Split View” then saving the page will show the changes.
Creating a new view
Open the site in FrontPage
Find and remove the title bar frame
Now that we have the view open in FrontPage we need to find the sections to remove.
Moving the RelativeFolderPath property
SharePoint has an important property stored in the titlebarareaframe that we need to move to the descriptiontext section.
<SharePoint:ListProperty Property="RelativeFolderPath" runat="server"/>
Removing the titleareaframe
Removing the navigation bar sections
The view now has all of the title and navigation frames removed and will work will in an Iframe. SharePoint creates a virtual page for every view so you can craft a URL that will always show you desired view. The URL is made up of the following components
Looking ahead, my next blog post will illustrate how to trim the chrome from a web part page. The structure is slightly different.
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MS Dynamics CRM has some info on removing chrome from Web Part pages and document libraries . This is
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