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Enable or Disable Dynamics CRM 2011 Ribbon Control using JavaScript

, 27 Feb 2013 CPOL
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How to enable or disable the ribbon control using JavaScript.

Introduction

In Dynamics CRM 2011, to Enable or Disable a Ribbon control we have to update the RibbonXml tag of the entity. In this tip, I will show you how to enable or disable the ribbon control using JavaScript.

Background

Every ribbon control has a unique id in Dynamics CRM 2011. E.g., for contact entity, the Save button ID is 'contact|NoRelationship|Form|Mscrm.Form.contact.Save-Large'. If you notice, the button ID is made of 'EnityName|NoRelationship|Form|Mscrm.Form.EntityName.ButtonDisplayNameandSize'. The size of the Save and 'Save & Close' button is large, while 'Save & New' and Delete button are Medium sized. So for the Save& New button, the ID will be 'contact|NoRelationship|Form|Mscrm.Form.contact.SaveAndNew-Medium'.

Using the Code

Following is the JavaScript function for enabling or disabling the button:

//
function HideRibbonControl(formName) {
    
   var saveButtonID = formName + "|NoRelationship|Form|Mscrm.Form." + formName + ".Save-Large";
    var saveandcloseButtonID = formName + "|NoRelationship|Form|Mscrm.Form." + formName + ".SaveAndClose-Large";
    var saveandnewButtonID = formName + "|NoRelationship|Form|Mscrm.Form." + formName + ".SaveandNew-Medium";
    var deactivateButtonID = formName + "|NoRelationship|Form|Mscrm.Form." + formName + ".Deactivate-Medium";
    var deleteButtonID = formName + "|NoRelationship|Form|Mscrm.Form." + formName + ".Delete-Medium";
    HideARibbonButton(saveButtonID);
    HideARibbonButton(saveandcloseButtonID);
    HideARibbonButton(saveandnewButtonID);
    HideARibbonButton(deactivateButtonID);
    HideARibbonButton(deleteButtonID);
}
 
function HideARibbonButton(nameOfButton) {
   var btn = window.top.document.getElementById(nameOfButton);
    var intervalId = window.setInterval(function () {
      if (btn != null) {
        window.clearInterval(intervalId);
        btn.disabled = true;
       }
 
    }, 50);
}
//

Points to Remember

The above JavaScript code works before installing the Roll-up 12. As Roll-up 12 enables support for multi browser capability, the JavaScript code might require some changes.

License

This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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Questionit doesn't work Pin
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