Replace Dynamics CRM default error message with custom message

We are working with Dynamics 365 CRM (on-premise) and using a custom front-end developed with ADX.  

My issue is that ADX allows a CRM quote or order to be shared with the same user more than once.  When this is done, we receive an error message: "Cannot insert duplicate key."  (It is my understanding that this is the default Dynamics error).

What I want to do is replace this with a more user-friendly message like: "This order has been already shared with that sales person".

I am looking for the best approach to transform the default error message to the user-friendly message.

Thank you
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Chinmay PatelChief Technical NinjaCommented:
Hi apollo7,

This is actually a .net error message. I suggest you check the code of custom ADX portal first. If it is not causing the problem then we can have a pre-plugin that will check whenever a CRM quote or order is being shared with the same user and then throw appropriate error message.

Ideally, this check should happen in your front end even before the request is sent to CRM.


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apollo7Author Commented:
Chimay, thanks for the comment, I had our ADX consultant check the front end and that was the problem.  I dont have access to ADX so I have to rely on other consultants but the problem is solved.
Chinmay PatelChief Technical NinjaCommented:
Hi apollo7,

I am happy it worked out just in time for the holidays. Happy holidays. :)

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