Posted on 2/9/2017 1:30:00 PM by Levin, AricDynamics 365
When developing web resources that are embedded on a CRM form, you sometimes have to call a function on the parent form. In the past (prior to CRM 2016), you could simply call the function by using parent.myFunction(), however that logic does not work anymore.
In CRM 2016 or Dynamics 365, we can only call the Xrm functions on the parent page such as Xrm.Utility...
Once we created this function, we can modify our Html Web Resource, and call the function in the following way: