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  • Agreed with Nelson's approach.  JavaScript can actually be quite flexible, if difficult to construct initially, though Google helps a lot. Once a function is debugged, it is easy enough to re-use. We explored one limited work-around via Business Rules ...

  • Thank you for your insight, Nelson! This is what I thought.  I'm going to run it by our business sponsor to see if she's ok with those fields just sitting there visible. If she's not okay with it, we'll look into the option you noted or figure out if ...

  • Business rules are blissfully ignorant of the users security roles, so the answer is no. Your best alternative is to use Field Level Security. It will not hide fields but it will prevent users from seeing the contents based on their security rights, and ...

  • Question for the community: We are trying to replace javascript functions that show or hide fields based on a user's security role.  Has anyone ever successfully done this via a business rule, or are we stuck using JS for it? We are trying to use as much ...

  • From that last statement, I am guessing that you are looking for a way to minimize your project risk by designing a solution that will make Microsoft liable in the event that the development tools, Azure or CE (CRM) software will not perform some task. ...

  • If it is a multi million dollar project and not supported by Microsoft and in case if something happens to the application Microsoft will back out. Thanks Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android ------Original Message------ I agree with Wayne. ...

  • I agree with Wayne. Every dev shop has their own set of tools and preferences on how they want to integrate their CI/CD pipeline with their infrastructure. Why do you care if the information comes from MS or a Partner? Shouldn't you be focused on best ...

  • What specifically do you mean by "Microsoft-Supported"?  There's ways to use the official toolchain like so: https://blogs.like10.com/2018/07/29/devops-with-dynamics-365-using-vsts/  However, if you're looking for a Microsoft solution called "Dynamics ...

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