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crminthefield: How to Create a Silverlight Web Resource that Interacts with CRM 2011 Forms
Источник: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/crminthefiel...011-forms.aspx
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Scenario:

The CRM users need the ability to retrieve, update, and Save form data from within a custom page on the CRM Form.  To accomplish this request we will be developing a Silverlight Web Resource.

The Silverlight Web Resource will be displayed on the CRM form to provide the user interface for retrieving and updating the data on the Account Form.

 

 Requirements:

-          CRM 2011

-          Visual Studio 2010

-          CRM 2011 SDK

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=420f0f05-c226-4194-b7e1-f23ceaa83b69

Create a Silverlight Application

Step by Step

1.       Create a new Silverlight Project:

a.       Open Visual Studio 2010.

b.       Click File | New | Project.

c.        Under Installed Templates, click Visual C# | Silverlight and choose Silverlight Application. Name the project "SilverlightAccountPage". Click OK.





d.       Click Ok on the next window which will automatically create an Web project to host the Silverlight Application.



2.       Add a TextBox and Buttons to the MainPage.xaml page.

a.       Within Solution Explorer right click on the MainPage.xaml page and choose View Designer.



 

b.       Click View|Toolbox. When the toolbox window opens click the pin icon to keep the window open.





c.        Find the TextBox control within the Toolbox window. Drag the TextBox control onto the MainPage.xaml. This creates a single Textbox on the page.





d.       Right click the TextBox control and choose Properties. The properties window will display on your right hand side.





e.       At the top of the Properties window change the name to txtAccountName.



f.         Find the Button control within the Toolbox window. Drag the Button control onto the MainPage.xaml page under the textbox. This creates a single Button on the page.





g.       Right click the Button control on the MainPage.xaml page and choose Properties. The properties window will display on your right hand side.





h.       At the top of the Properties window change the name to btnUpdateData and update the Content property to “Update Data”.





i.         Add one more button to the page with the name of btnSaveData and Content property of “Save Data”.



 

 

3.       Add code to the Button’s Click Event.

a.       Double-Click the Set Data Button control on the MainPage.xaml page. This will take you to the MainPage.xaml.cs file where we can see the btnSetData_Click method.





b.        Add the following code within the btnSetData_Click code method.  This updates the name attribute on the Account form.

privatevoid btnSetData_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)

    {

            //Update Account Name attribute on the form.

            dynamic xrm = [COLOR= ](ScriptObject)HtmlPage[/COLOR].Window.GetProperty("Xrm");

            xrm.Page.data.entity.attributes.get("name").setValue(txtAccountName.Text);

    }

c.        Double-Click the Save Data Button control on the MainPage.xaml page. This will take you to the MainPage.xaml.cs file where we can see the btnSaveData_Click method.





d.        Add the following code within the btnSetData_Click code method. This fires the save action similar to Save button on the form.

privatevoid btnSaveData_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)

    {

            //Fire Save method to commit form changes.

            dynamic xrm = [COLOR= ](ScriptObject)HtmlPage[/COLOR].Window.GetProperty("Xrm");

            xrm.Page.data.entity.save()    

    }

e.       Add the following code within the MainPage method. This retrieves the current account name value when the page is loaded.  

publicvoid MainPage()

    {

           InitializeComponent();

           //Populate textbox with current account name value.

           dynamic xrm = [COLOR= ](ScriptObject)HtmlPage[/COLOR].Window.GetProperty("Xrm");

           txtAccountName.Text = xrm.Page.data.entity.attributes.get(“name”).getValue();

    }

 

4.       Add the Microsoft.CSharp assembly as reference.

a.       Locate the Solution Explorer, right-click References and choose Add Reference.




b.       In the Add Reference browser window, click the .NET tab.

c.        Choose Microsoft.CSharp, andclick OK.





d.       Add the following using statements at the top of the Default.aspx.cs file.

using System.Windows.Browser;

e.       The completed code should look similar to the following.

[COLOR= ]using[/COLOR] System;

[COLOR= ]using[/COLOR] System.Collections.Generic;

[COLOR= ]using[/COLOR] System.Linq;

[COLOR= ]using[/COLOR] System.Net;

[COLOR= ]using[/COLOR] System.Windows;

[COLOR= ]using[/COLOR] System.Windows.Controls;

[COLOR= ]using[/COLOR] System.Windows.Documents;

[COLOR= ]using[/COLOR] System.Windows.Input;

[COLOR= ]using[/COLOR] System.Windows.Media;

[COLOR= ]using[/COLOR] System.Windows.Media.Animation;

[COLOR= ]using[/COLOR] System.Windows.Shapes;

[COLOR= ]using[/COLOR] System.Windows.Browser;

 

[COLOR= ]namespace[/COLOR] SilverlightAccountPage

{

    publicpartialclassMainPage : UserControl

    {

        public MainPage()

        {

           InitializeComponent();            

           //Populate textbox with current account name value.

           dynamic xrm = (ScriptObject)HtmlPage.Window.GetProperty("Xrm");

           txtAccountName.Text = xrm.Page.data.entity.attributes.get("name").getValue();

        }

 

        privatevoid btnSetData_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)

        {        

        //Update Account Name attribute on the form with value from textbox.

           dynamic xrm = (ScriptObject)HtmlPage.Window.GetProperty("Xrm");

           xrm.Page.data.entity.attributes.get("name").setValue(txtAccountName.Text);

        }

 

        privatevoid btnSaveData_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)

        {        

           //Fire Save method to commit form changes.

           dynamic xrm = (ScriptObject)HtmlPage.Window.GetProperty("Xrm");

           xrm.Page.data.entity.save();

        }

    }

}

f.         Click Build|Build Solution. If everything is correct you will see it say Build Succeeded at the bottom of the Visual Studio Window.



5.       Create the Silverlight Web Resource.

a.       Log into the CRM Website and navigate to Settings | Customizations | Customize the System.

b.       In the Solution Window Click Web Resources from the Components list on the left hand navigation.

c.        Click New.

d.       Populate the new Web Resource information.

Name: /ClientBin/SilverlightAccountPage.xap

Display Name: Silverlight Account Page

Description: Silverlight Application that interacts with Account Form.

Type: Silverlight (XAP)

Language: English





e.       Click Save.

f.         Click the Browse Button and select the XAP file that was built within Visual Studio. Path may be similar to the following.

i.e. C:\Users\\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\Silverlight
AccountPage.Web\ClientBin.


g.       Save the Web Resource.

6.       Add Silverlight Web Resource to the Account Form.

a.       Log into the CRM Website and navigate to Settings | Customizations | Customize the System.

b.       In the Solution Window Expand Entities from the Components list on the left hand navigation.

c.        Expand Account from within the Entities List.

d.       Select Forms and Open the Main Form.

e.       Click the Insert Tab at the top of the form and choose Web Resource.

f.         Use the lookup to select the Silverlight web resource that we created in Step 5.





g.       Enter a Name and Label for the Web Resource and Click OK.





h.       Click Save on the Account Form.

i.         Click Publish on the Account Form.

j.         Open an Existing Account record from the Account view. The Silverlight web resource will be displayed once the Account Form opens. 





k.        Change the Account name within the web resource textbox and click Set Data. The new name will be reflected on the form.





l.         Click the Save Data button and this will commit the change and refresh the form.  





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Источник: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/crminthefiel...011-forms.aspx
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