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How to retrieve records using Fetch XML & Java Script in MS CRM 2011/2013/2015

By Sushil on 6/20/2016

Step 1: Goto https://xrmservicetoolkit.codeplex.com/, and download the folder XrmServiceToolkit.

Step 2: Open the XrmServiceToolkit folder, you can find the below Javascript files.

Goto Microsoft Dynamics CRM –> Settings –> Customization –> Webresources.

Create jquery, json2 and XrmServiceToolkit javascript webresources. While creating web resources browse for the respective files and provide the path of XRMServiceToolkit.

Step 3: Add all 3 files to any entity for example the contact entity,

Step 4: Goto Microsoft Dynamics CRM –> Sales –> Contacts, click on Advance find button. Create new criteria as shown below by clicking on New button,

Step 5: Click on Download Fetch XML button, to get FetchXML code. You can see the below XML,

 

   

   

   

   

   

   

     

   

 

Step 6: We have to change the format of the above FetchXML to use in Javascript.

After modifying its looks like the below,

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  ""+

    ""+

    ""+

    ""+

    ""+

    ""+

    ""+

      ""+

    ""+

  ""+

""

Step 7: Now create new_contactJscript Webresource and paste the below code,

function onLoadContact() {
 var contactFetchXML = ""+
  ""+
    ""+
    ""+
    ""+
    ""+
    ""+
    ""+
      ""+
    ""+
  ""+
"";
var contactRecords = XrmServiceToolkit.Soap.Fetch(contactFetchXML);
if (contactRecords.length > 0) {
 if (contactRecords[0].attributes.telephone1 != undefined && contactRecords[0].attributes. fullname!= undefined)
   alert(contactRecords[0].attributes. fullname.value +” and ”+contactRecords[0].attributes.telephone1.value);
  }
}

Step 8: Add the new_contactJscript Webresource to Form Libraries on contact Form, and add the onLoadContact function to Onload Event,

Step 9: Click on Ok. Save & Publish the contact Entity.

Step 10: Open the existing contact record to see the below pop up,

 

MS CRM 2013
Fetch XML
Java script
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