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I am able to see a particular option(Dynamics NAV) in the web interface but not on the Unified Interface.Its on the ribbon(Command bar).
I tried following some links online that said to make changes to the enable rule in the command for the custom button, but i dont see the Enable rule or Display rule thats mentioned in the articles.
Please help me out. Thanks in advance for your help.
Is this button in a Dashboard? Please try the following thehelplessheroes.wordpress.com/.../.
No this this not on Dashboard, thats another question i have some of the Dashboards that we created are not even showing up in Unified Interface
Some of the standard buttons are hidden in the Unified Interface. Please find a step by step instruction how add buttons to the Unified Interface: skylineconsultantsllc.com/.../add-buttons-to-the-unified-interface-ms-dynamics-hub
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For this case, kindly do the inspect element of the button id and check the command associated with it.
Once you have the command , you can check associated display and enable rules.
Just remove it once and publish the solution in ribbon workbench and check if button is visible or not.
If button is visible then need to check the enable and display rules in it.
Also if it is an online instance , you can use command checker feasibility as explained below :-
These is a new command available inside the ribbon to help us troubleshooting the ribbon issues.
This can be useful when you are investigating a button that is not showing on the UI, you can search the button, review the related rules and see how they are evaluated.
This works only for UCI.
How : Add to your UCI url the following “&flags=FCB.CommandChecker=true&ribbondebug=true”
This will tell you which enable or display rule computes to be false and thus your button is not visible in UCI.
Hope this helps.
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@Canada365guy, i tried that link, as shown in the screen shot that i posted above its not even there for me to act.
@Ankit, I tried your method but not sure what i should be doing next, can you please help me.
Corresponding screenshot from Ribbon workbench
If you check, your enable rule is returning false and thus your button won’t be displayed.
We need to check why it is returning false. If you have any web resource configured in this enable rule, you can debug it while loading the form and check why it is returning false in UCI client. Before adopting first step, try to remove the enable rule and check it button is visible or not. Third step , confirm whether enable rule is registered to select item, if yes then we need to remove that on form level as selected item won’t fire on form level. It will fire on homepage level only.
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Hi Dear,Greetings of the day!In regards to your concern, I also face the similar issue on our end. For it, you should try this solution,It worked for me. You should define enable rule for this button as below https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M-oMST4QAgJrEKqstEVprHGJiZKSlPNe/view?usp=sharing Kindly try the above things on your end and let us know in case of any other concerns, I would be happy to assist you further for the same
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@Maulik, Thank you very much for your response, your solution helped, i have got the button back and it works too. Re-posting your screenshot to help anyone else.
@Ankit, Thank you very much for all your help, your time and screenshots. You actually helped me more to narrow down the issue and i got to learn the Command Checked which i didnt knew until then
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