The views and opinions expressed in this blog are those solely of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect Microsoft’s current policy, position, or branding. For official announcements and guidance on Dynamics 365 apps and services, please visit the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Blog.
Personalized Community is here!
Quickly customize your community to find the content you seek.
‘Better Together’ Integration forum available
We're launching a how-to forum where you can learn and engage about how Dynamics 365 integrates with other Power Platform products.
Read about Better Together forum
2020 Release Wave 2Discover the latest updates and new features to Dynamics 365 planned through March 2021.
Release overview guides and videos Release Plan | Preview 2020 Release Wave 2 TimelineWatch the 2020 Release Wave 1 virtual launch event
Ace your Dynamics 365 deployment with packaged services delivered by expert consultants. | Explore service offerings
Connect with the ISV success team on the latest roadmap, developer tool for AppSource certification, and ISV community engagements | ISV self-service portal
The FastTrack program is designed to help you accelerate your Dynamics 365 deployment with confidence.
FastTrack Program | Finance TechTalks | Customer Engagement TechTalks | Upcoming TechTalks
When working with custom views inside Dynamics 365 you may need to create fetchXml and layoutXml strings for new temporary custom views.
The easiest way to do this, in my opinion, is to create a new Advanced Find with the information & filters you require.
Then execute the Advanced Find and get the results.
Once you’ve got the results page, open the Developer Tools (F12 in Chrome & Edge) and use the search functionality to look for fetchXml or layoutXml. You should find a div containing your strings.
These strings can the be pasted into your code and should work straight away!
The post Getting FetchXml and LayoutXml from Advanced Find appeared first on Jason Clair.
Business Applications communities