Would it be possible to add StringLengthAttributes to string properties of auto generated classes? The length should reflect the maximum length of the CRM field.
It would help much, because right now setting a value that is to long for CRM does not raise an exception but just leaves to field empty in CRM (nothing is saved).4 votes
I would like to see a feature comparison of your product vs other tools/SDK options available1 vote
I know there is a ton of overlap between the CRM Solution Manager and the CRM Developer Toolkit.
If I develop a solution that has a Packaging project from the developer toolkit, I can ensure other CRM developer can deploy customizations. The only problem is that I can't right click an Web Resource in the Packaging project and quickly publish to CRM using the CRM Solution Manager.10 votes
Grid-like editor to allow bulk editing of attributes. Also allow editing all aspects of individual attributes. Allow pushing all changes to CRM at one time after all edits have been made.30 votes
This feature will be added to v5.×.
Please make the Namespace of the current "XRMBase" changable or put it fixed to Xrm.
It's pretty annoying when working with Xrm.Utility... etc. so you gotta fake it every time with declare const Xrm: XrmBase<any> or something similar
Afaik the intellisense files are created by xrmdefinitelytyped(?) and they have a setting for that but where to store the config?3 votes
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