[Applies to: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0]
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Microsoft Dynamics CRM clients are designed to be extensible without requiring changes to the code of the ASP .NET pages of the application. You add custom buttons, menu items, navigation areas or IFRAMEs to include custom applications or custom JScript code within Microsoft Dynamics CRM clients.
In This Section
Describes how to use SiteMap to modify or add to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM application navigation.
Describes how to use ISV.Config to add custom buttons, menus or entity navigation areas through out the application.
Explains how to create custom Web pages that you can integrate with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Web client and Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Microsoft Office Outlook.
Has information about how to display pages from other web applications within Microsoft Dynamics CRM forms.
Illustrates how you can use Microsoft Dynamics CRM URL addressable forms and views to allow users of other applications to view and edit Microsoft Dynamics CRM data without changing applications.
Describes the valid XML elements and how they can be used to configure the application navigation.
Contains the valid XML elements and how they can be used to configure client extension controls in Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
Describes global functions and variables that can be used in scripts configured for form events or in buttons and menu items configured using ISV.Config.
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