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Download: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Custom Code Validation Tool
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Red Group Issues
Blue Group Issues
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Custom Code Validation Tool Setup
Figure 1 Custom Code Validation Tool UI
Table 1 : Red Group matching patterns
The following Table 2: Blue Group matching patterns identifies the code that may not work for browsers other than Internet Explorer. Some of the elements are simply references to Microsoft technologies, such as ActiveXObject, which are not supported in other browsers. Others are references to the Document Object Model, which may have changed as part of the CRM Q4 2012 Service Update, so customers and partners will want to investigate whether these references are still valid.
Table 2: Blue Group matching patterns
The tool is provided as a managed solution which can be imported into any Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 organization. You must have the Import Customizations Privilege to install the solution. Users with the System Administrator or System Customizer security role typically have this privilege. To install the solution, follow these steps.
Is there any resource or white paper that will help us resolve issues in BLUE GROUP area?
We're currently trying to use this to check our scripts for issues before upgrading to the latest Polaris update, but are having trouble getting it to run. It shows a loading percentage for a split second and then... nothing. No error message or anything that would provide insight, just a blank page. I've looked up a few proposed solutions regarding changing language and checking the WebResourceBase table for records with NULL Content values, but neither has helped. I've also tried running it on another CRM instance and also on co-worker's computers, to no avail. What else can I do to figure out why this tool isn't working?
I downloaded this tool this morning and it will not work. I installed silverlight and all I get is a blank screen. I also found the proposed solution regarding WebResources and ours did not have any nulls in it so this solution did not work for us. Are there any other solutions to get this tool to work?
same issue as KimB2009, it seems silverlight crash some how. anyone knows the cause and fix. thanks.
Hi, I was also facing the same issue as Matt Wanchap was facing.
Hope this helps..!!
Deleting the web resource worked for me too. I queried the table for content is null. Then I looked for it in the "Customize the System" list of entities, went to "Web Resources" and found the file. Tried to open it, which gave me an error because it was corrupted somehow. I deleted it, and now the tool works
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