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After the upgrade of crm to V9, i see the CRM Contact Form is bringing the Focus on Last Field,though it is not the First Field Positioned on the form. Can someone comment on this, is it a bug in CRM V9 or its by design in CRM V9 ?
It seems you have some java script or business rule to set focus. Please check last field dependency to know issue.
What version are you using Mr Dynamics 365 Rocker ?
Can you check the behavior by making First name as Business required instead of Recommended?
I believe Last name is required & some focus shift is happening because of composite field (full name) fill up.
I am using CRM 9.0.
By default focus set to a first Business required field on form if it is blank.
If it is not blank and still focus on it then you can do what ever Arun is suggesting.
I did the following :
I added First name, Middle Name, Last Name as 3 mandatory fields on the form instead of a full name field.
I raised a case with microsoft, they are treating it as a bug.
thanks for your responses.
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