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I am having issue to show custom ribbon buttons on views. They are using om single record but when you select multiple records button disappears. I have attached some screenshots, somebody could guide thanks.
When you select multiple record button disappear.
Have you applied any custom JS enable rule or display rule on the button?
there is no any rules.
Please add screenshots of the Button definition and Command using Ribbon Wrokbench.
In the definition of the Custom Ribbon Command, add the following rule:
<EnableRule Id="Mscrm.AnySelection" />
This rule enables the button in UCI.
it required one SelectionCount Enable Rule. fixed issue.
As per reply from Microsoft support we implemented this change in customisation.xml
"please ensure it has a rule of Mscrm.SelectionCountAtLeastOne. Also, custom buttons are having unsupported commands which won't work in UCI if it's been build using Ribbon Workbench.
I would recommend you to directly edit/customize the customization.xml once exported custom entities in a separate solution."
Microsoft saying create custom button using Ribbon Workbench is unsupported! As per official documentation from Microsoft, this tool is recommended to create custom buttons https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/developer/model-driven-apps/customize-commands-ribbon
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