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I read a Hosk’s Top CRM Articles of the week – 28th September – I would not have missed reading his compilation for a good deal. And found a link to the post on Dynamics CRM Performance Center: Understanding the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Performance Center, by Aiden Kaskela. I have tried to find the way to improve our form scripts performance.
Use the following practices to achieve the best perfomance:
To avoid the performance issues, don’t load jQuery in the page (as I wrote in above).
$.ajax is used to perform request against the OData and SOAP endpoints. This is supported but there are alternatives: use the native XMLHttpRequest object directly and you don’t need to load jQuery.
The following picture shows how to collapse tab:
This picture shows how to write code for the TabStateChange event:
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