Unable to get property ‘get_element’ of undefined or null reference in CRM 2013.


Unable to get property ‘get_element’ of undefined or null reference in CRM 2013..

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Rollup 2 SDK


The SDK for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Roll up 2 is available here.

The SDK provides architectural overview Dynamics CRM, entity model, security model, web services and contains information for developers working on

  • server side code,
  • custom business logic,
  • integration modules,
  • workflow assemblies,
  • plugins

The users can also download the User Interface Integration (UII) solution framework, which includes a deployment guide, development guide and API reference. UII uses Microsoft Dynamics CRM for the delivery of configuration data for the Integrated Agent Desktop. It includes development and run-time components.

Dynamics CRM 2013 – Business Process Enablement


Microsoft has published excellent paper to work with Business Process in Dynamics CRM 2013. The paper is helpful to both Business users as well as developers.

A quick insight of what Microsoft says “This paper describes the purpose of business process flows introduced in CRM 2013 and the business context in which to consider using them. It also describes how business process flows work and the characteristics that you should be aware of when designing a solution using them.”

The published paper can be obtained at “http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=41644

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Anubhav

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Exams available at Prometric


The Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 exams are available at Prometric.

The Exams relevant to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 are mentioned as under:

  1. MB2-700 (Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Applications)
  2. MB2-701 (Extending Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013)
  3. MB2-702 (Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Deployment)
  4. MB2-703 (Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Customization and Configuration)

CRM 2013 Exams

Hope this helps the aspiring candidates waiting for the CRM 2013 exams.

Control Business Rules Order in CRM 2013


The CRM 2013 forms execute the scripts in the following order:

  1. System Scripts logic
  2. Custom Form Scripts logic
  3. Business Rules logic

Since the Business Rules logic is executed after Custom form scripts, hence any logic done in custom form script for a specific field will be overridden by the Business Rules logic for the same field. The developers/users should take care of this while trying to implement any logic for fields in both JavaScript file/s and Business Rules.

Moreover, there will be scenarios in which there are couple of Business Rules that needs to be executed in a specific order. So, the thumb rule to remember is to activate the Business Rules in the same order in which they need to be executed.

I hope this helps.