Below are the most useful tools à
Install the plugin, connect to your organization and click on Retrieve Jscript Webresources, it will list all the JScript Web resources found.
Click on Scan
It will list down all the issues found.
One common change that we need to do across all our JScript is to pass the ExecutionContext from Form as well as Fields (and Ribbon) events. Script Finder makes it extremely easy to find them out.
Click on Find Scripts usage and it will generate a report with all the details as shown below
Now we can follow the generated report and directly make the change to the form, field, and ribbon instead of searching for it manually.
Happy Upgrading !!
We recently had a requirement to show total for 2 of our decimal columns in jqGrid.
We need to set the following properties footerrow and userDataOnFooter and the a function on loadComplete of grid
Hope it helps..
We got the above error in an HTML Web Resource which was using jqGrid. The page was working fine in IE 10 browser only in IE 8 we got that error.
The solution was to use the following meta tag inside the HEAD tag of the html page.
More details on this meta tag
Hope it helps.
We recently developed an html web resource which was using jqGrid. The web resource was working properly on machines having IE 10 browser, but got the above error in case of IE 8.
As it turned out extra “,” i.e. trailing comma was the reason for the error.
Removing it fixed the issue. IE 10 was more forgiving.
Hope it helps.
We recently faced this issue while opening one of our entity’s form.
For e.g. CheckFinancialStatus()
Changing it back to
CheckFinancialStatus resolved the issue.
Hope this helps.
Similarly in Chrome and Firefox also we were getting the below error.
Finally we came to know it was because XPath is not supported in IE 10 and other browsers.
Get the more details here
Hope it helps