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Is there any other method to publish it on App Source with such customization.
According to this DOC, JS is supported in both forms and web resources in D365, but Jquery is not supported in Form.
Hope it helps.
Thanks for your response.
I have added HTML web resource on click of one custom ribbon button. But Microsoft is not allowing us to pick DOM element directly, is there other way by which we can achieve this?
Please find below sample code which i am using in one of my file.
Did you get a response from Microsoft AppSource team? Can you please share a specific JS file name?
If you want to get DOM on the form by getElememnt, you need to add "parent" before "document" .
For example, I want to get the DOM of the formtitle on the form, I could use this code.
And here is the result.
This is also in the list that we can't use parent.document.getmentbyId in Rule ID "web-avoid-dom-form".
'parent.document.getElementById("overlay")' accesses the document object model (DOM) managed by a model-driven app directly. This technique is unsupported in all versions of Dynamics 365 and PowerApps. Remove or replace with a supported Client API Object Model.
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