Sunday, December 23, 2007

Holiday Wishes

Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year to you all!

Click below to view your Christmas Card:

If you can't view the greeting card, try installing the Adobe Flash Player 9 first.

Friday, December 21, 2007

21 and counting :)

It seems that I'm getting older everyday :) 21 years already passed away... Free champagne and candy for everyone :)



Friday, December 14, 2007

Microsoft CRM Google Maps integration tool

I'm proud to present a very useful tool - MSCRM Google Maps - developed by Wolter Kreun, a friend of mine, a tool that managed to bring together two strenghts: Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Google Maps.
You can get a free sample from and also see the latest news about it.
The beta version of the MSCRM Google Maps is available in 5 different languages: Russian (thanks to Evgeniy Yurevich), Spanish (thanks to Geraldo Luiz Yoshizawa), French (thanks to Samy Barmada), German (thanks to Jaksch Michael) and Romanian (thanks to Cornel Croitoriu).

Here are some sample movies:

1. Showing an map from the account entity
2. Showing one or more custom entities
3. Showing alle contacts in one map

We hope you'll find this tool useful and use the full version in your projects.

Sunday, December 02, 2007

Generating tooltips on certain events

A tooltip is a small box of explanatory text (usually on yellow background) that appears when the mouse pointer is held over a button or other interface element.
In Microsoft Dynamics CRM we can define constraints (masks) on certain fields. It is desired that the user is well informed about the text’s format, in real time, when triggering the onmousemove event on a certain field.
In this tutorial, we show you a function that generates tooltips on CRM’s forms, triggered by mouse events, such as: onclick, ondblclick, onmouseover, onmousedown and especially, onmousemove.

The links for this tutorial are:
English version --> click here
Romanian version --> click here

Here are some prints (examples) of different types and styles of tooltips made with the function presented in this tutorial:

Example 1:
Account Entity - Account Name - onmousemove event

Example 1
Example 2:
Account Entity - Primary Contact - onmousemove event

Example 2
Example 3:
Account Entity - Body - ondblclick event

Example 3
Example 4:
Account Entity - Account Number - onmousemove event (default Windows style)

Example 4

We hope you found this solution useful :) If you find, by any chance, any mistakes in the tutorial, please let us know. Thank you.