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Hi everyone, I have Dynamics 365 Online.
I have an entity called TrialEntity that has two field on the main form, let's call them A and B.
An onchange event is triggered on A, and a webresource opens. The webresource allows users to choose a value from a drop down list and to press a Submit button. On that button click the chosen value must be inserted in the B filed on TrialEntity.
I can't figure out how to do this except from using code shown below
parent.Xrm.Page.getAttribute("B").setValue("*value retrived goes here*");
Unluckilly the previous line of code is not working since the GetAttribute gives me a null object as return. Can someone give me a piece of advice on how to update?
Are you sure that field "B" exists? Because I replicated that scenario on my trial environment and it went ok, I put a webresource on Account's form and update "fax" attribute from there, like this:
var test = parent.Xrm.Page.getAttribute("parentaccountid");
And it updated ok.
Acutally I think i am missing that ClientGlobalContext.js.aspx script, let me try really quick and I'll reply again! Ty so far btw
Wait I forgot a "little" particular. This happens when a new record is created and the popup is created BEFORE data savings, so the record does not exists.
That's not a problem, supposedly. You are not manipulating guids, just fields on the form. The form exists and that's your context. I've just try it on the create of the record and it worked fine. Check if the ClientGlobalContext.js.aspx script has the right path. Sometimes it's the root folder but other times it's the previous one, like this:
My first question would be, could you re-design the process?
Without knowing what your webresource does its tough to know if this is feasible... Short term, field B could just be that option set, and the user may have to select it once in the webresource, and then again in field B.
Hope this helps,
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