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I am trying to capture the value of the time control on a case and copy this to a custom attribute. I have found a few old blogs that suggested .js but this does not work for D365V9. Has anyone found a way to capture the timer control?
In D365 V9.X I also tried the old function "updateTimeDifferenceInSeconds" and it didn't work now.
Then I tried another way, I used "getelementById" to get the innerHtml of the timer control and it worked!
Here are the code.
We just need to catch the ID of the timer control in HTML and then use the above code.
Hope it helps.
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