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MS CRM 2011 JScript Issue

Posted on 2013-01-21
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Hi guys

Been working with MS Dynamics v4 for a while now and have begun some work on 2011 and have run into a problem getting my head around how the JScript works now and hope someone can help.

On the Contact form I have added a JScript Form Library and have added the following code into it:

function setVisibleTabSection(tabname, sectionname, show) {
    var tab = Xrm.Page.ui.tabs.get(tabname);
    if (tab != null) {
        if (sectionname == null)
            tab.setVisible(show);
        else {
            var section = tab.sections.get(sectionname);
            if (section != null) {
                section.setVisible(show);
                if (show)
                    tab.setVisible(show);
            }
        }
    }
}

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As you'll see it's a simple show Tab/Section function that has been around for some time. However I'm having a problem getting it to work on my form.

Within my form I have a field and I want the Tab to appear/disappear on the selection of the Yes/No boolean field that I have added (by default it is NULL).

So on my form I have added the following Event Handler to my field:

JScript Added
Within the Parameters section I have ticked the 'Pass execution context as first parameter' as well and when I open a Contact and click the No button I get an erro message like this:

Error Message about sections
The Tab on my form has a label of Volunteer but I know I need to pass the name (tab3) to the function. I'm also aware I can show/hide Sections as well but I believe that if I say NULL then all Sections in the Tab should appear (correct me if I'm wrong of course please).

I'm curious if I'm doing this the correct way as I'm too used to simply adding/altering the code directly in the form/field and working this way. I know this will make life a lot simplier but I need to find my way past the first hurdle and any help is greatly appreciated as always guys.

Thanx
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Question by:Steven O'Neill
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by:Rikin Shah
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Hi,

You need to pass the section name. Or in this case, as per my understanding you want to hide/show all sections... then go for this code-

Change this code as per your need-
function toggleSectionDisplayState(tab, show) {
    //Hide or Show Sections 
    var tabs = Xrm.Page.ui.tabs.get(tab);
        tabs.sections.forEach(function (section, index) {
                section.setVisible(show);
    }
}

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Sorry I didn't come back to this sooner but I ended up using this code:

function SetControlInvisible(tabName, dependantField) {
    //get control for field
    var control = Xrm.Page.ui.tabs.get(tabName);
    //get control for dependant field
    var dependantControl = Xrm.Page.ui.controls.get(dependantField);
    var attribute = dependantControl.getAttribute();
    var depandantFieldValue = attribute.getValue();
    //set visible based on depandant fields value
    if (depandantFieldValue == false) {
        control.setVisible(false);
    }
    else {
        control.setVisible(true);
    }
}

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by:Steven O'Neill
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My solution works for me but the code provided by rikin_shah would suffice for a different issue
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