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  • Hello everybody,

    I work with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, and I would use editable grid in particular for the Opportunity entity, to edit, create, delete... records directly in the grid of the entity.

    Is it possible? and if the answer is yes I would know how I could do it without buy an expensive solution as I could find.

    Thank you all for your answers

    Wednesday, June 20, 2012 12:23 PM

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  • The only solution I know of is http://pinpoint.microsoft.com/en-us/applications/editable-grid-add-on-for-crm-2011-and-crm-online-12884921672.

    The time you are going to spend on the functionality will cost you alot more than buying the solution.


    Rune Daub Senior Consultant - Dynateam CRM http://www.xrmmanagement.com

    Wednesday, June 20, 2012 1:08 PM
  • Hi,

    http://www.dynamicsexchange.com/eg.aspx

    http://www.dynamicsexchange.com/sg.aspx

    This is an interesting product.. check out.. for pricing contact sales team.

    Regards,


    Khaja Mohiddin
    http://www.dynamicsexchange.com
    http://about.me/KhajaMohiddin

    Wednesday, June 20, 2012 4:42 PM
  • Thank you for your answers, but I would know if it is possible to make a solution by myself to have editable grids for some entities.

    I had already seen this paid solution, but I would find a way to do the same without spend money.

    Thursday, June 21, 2012 7:26 AM
  • Thank you for your answers, but I would know if it is possible to make a solution by myself to have editable grids for some entities.

    I had already seen this paid solution, but I would find a way to do the same without spend money.

    I believe that it is possible to create such kind of controls because someone has already done it before.

    Other question is how to do it. I think that most appropriate way is Silverlight application.

    Anyway my suggestion - buy this control because you will spent much more time (i.e. money) developing it comparing to purchasing it.


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    Thursday, June 21, 2012 8:52 AM
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  • Dave Berry mentioned about CRM 2011 Grid Editor back there in the end of last year but I haven't heard anymore about it recently.

    May be you can reference his old project Javascript Grid Editor for CRM 4.0 and make a solution by yourself. (but considering the effort, I guess using the paid products mentioned above would be more efficient)

    Thursday, June 21, 2012 10:01 AM
  • Thank you for your last answers.

    So I am trying to install Grid Editor on a MS Dynamics CRM 4.0 test server but without success...

    I am trying to install Grid Editor to test it on the product entity. I follow this tutorial http://crmentropy.blogspot.fr/p/javascript-grid-editor.html.

    And if it works on this 4.0 test server, I will perhaps try to make an upgrade for MS Dynamics CRM 2011.

    Thursday, June 21, 2012 1:34 PM
  • Hi

    Use silverlight to do that work

    Thursday, June 21, 2012 2:34 PM
  • Thank you for your last answers.

    So I am trying to install Grid Editor on a MS Dynamics CRM 4.0 test server but without success...

    I am trying to install Grid Editor to test it on the product entity. I follow this tutorial http://crmentropy.blogspot.fr/p/javascript-grid-editor.html.

    And if it works on this 4.0 test server, I will perhaps try to make an upgrade for MS Dynamics CRM 2011.

    David is genius but because unsupported approach he has used I believe that this solution would be broken after update.

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  • So I could completly forgot to use this solution after uprgrade it with just some modifications.

    Finally with all your answers I have 3 choices : become a genius and do the same work that David on MS Dynamics CRM 2011, or  develop a Silverlight application, or use an existent solution, right?

    Thank you all again for your help

    Thursday, June 21, 2012 2:51 PM
  • So I could completly forgot to use this solution after uprgrade it with just some modifications.

    Finally with all your answers I have 3 choices : become a genius and do the same work that David on MS Dynamics CRM 2011, or  develop a Silverlight application, or use an existent solution, right?

    Thank you all again for your help

    Yes.

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    Thursday, June 21, 2012 3:54 PM
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  • rpothin

    There are several editable grid solutions, all from CRM leader MTC, and they can be seen in the communinty here - mentioned earlier in this post string:

    Sales Product Editor - Specific to the Order management process is $749. - Umlimited users
    www.DynamicsExchange.com/SPE.aspx

    Editable Grid - Any Entity View or Sub-Grid - scripting technology - limited  but only $499. - Unlimited Users
    www.DynamicsExchange.com/EG.aspx

    Add and Edit Grid - Adds new silverlight View grid to any entity - add to menu, fast exxcel-like botton continuoes entry $499. - Umlimited users
    www.DynamicsExchange.com/AEG.aspx

    Super Grid - Any View or Sub-grid. Silverlight app very powerful - add scripts, field protection, more - edit down a column is $700. + $10 per CRM user
    www.DynamicsExchange.com/SG.aspx

    All are offered with MTC's standard unlimited support before and after the sale - 1st year maintenace included (future years are 25%). 15-day trials available upon request. Contact MTC at salesteam@mtccrm.com. Most products are available customized to meet your specific needs. MTC is the leader in low-cost, fixed-rate, rapid response CRM services globally 24/7 - Engagement and pricing guide: www.MTCCRM.com/MTC_Services.pdf. See any of the 40+ CRM products at www.MTCCRM.com including practice management tools available free to partners.

    • Marked as answer by rpothin Thursday, June 28, 2012 1:27 PM
    Monday, June 25, 2012 7:29 PM