Unhandled exception in Iexplorer.exe
I found that it was related to “Learning Path” and opting out of “learning path” allows developer toolbar to work correctly.
|SELECT distinct e.LogicalName as entity,|
smState.Value AS [State/StateCode],
smstate.AttributeValue as stateCode,
smStatus.Value AS [statusReason/statusCode],
smStatus.AttributeValue as statusCode
FROM StatusMap sm
JOIN Entity e ON sm.ObjectTypeCode = e.ObjectTypeCode
JOIN StringMap smState ON smState.AttributeValue = sm.State
AND smState.ObjectTypeCode = e.ObjectTypeCode
AND smState.AttributeName = 'StateCode'
JOIN StringMap smStatus ON smStatus.AttributeValue = sm.Status
AND smStatus.ObjectTypeCode = e.ObjectTypeCode
AND smStatus.AttributeName = 'StatusCode'
and e.IsCustomEntity = 0
and e.LogicalName in ('lead','account','contact','opportunity')
ORDER BY e.LogicalName,
Here are some useful bookmarkets that I have collected for working with Dyanmics CRM (tested with CRM 2016)
Alternatively, you can use the following html and use the import functionality in your favorite browser to get these links.
https://rawgit.com/rajrao/CRM-Tools/master/Bookmarklets/bookmark.htm (source: https://github.com/rajrao/CRM-Tools/blob/master/Bookmarklets/bookmark.htm)
Or how to authenticate against the CRM 365 web-api, without a user-name and password.
Background: We had to write a web-service that communicated with CRM. And because it was going to be a web-service that was communicating with CRM web-api, we didnt want to use a user-name and password and instead, we wanted to just use . And hence the name “headless authentication”.
Create an Azure App Registration:
Setup a CRM user for the application
Create a console app to test the code