Client Extensions and Scripting
[Applies to: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0]
This section describes ways to customize the Microsoft Dynamics CRM application by extending the clients and scripting.
In This Section
Provides a general overview of how the client-side customization capabilities and how they work together.
Explains how to extend Microsoft Dynamics CRM clients using SiteMap, ISV.Config, and IFrames.
Describes the form events available for scripting and how to add and test scripts.
Explains how to access the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Web services and other web services from your custom scripts.
Lists the mechanisms for accessing customizations using the SDK.
These walkthroughs demonstrate concepts used to extend the Web client.
This section provides examples of how to perform specific tasks using scripts.
The global functions and variables described here can be used in both forms and in code configured for ISV.Config.
The properties and methods of forms and the properties and methods of fields within the forms are the foundation of programming within forms.
Documents the valid XML elements used when configuring the SiteMap to customize application navigation.
Documents the valid XML elements used when configuring the ISV.Config to add client extension controls such as menu items, buttons and entity navigation bar items.
Explains how to modify the online Help files for the On-Premises version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM to add information that is specific to your organization.
Explains how to design custom Web pages that you can integrate with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Web client and Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Microsoft Office Outlook.
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