Due to the fact we’ve encountered some page load issues with plain vanilla contact forms, I was woundering how to visualize the newly introduced Performance Markers from the Perfomance Center (aka Performance Analyzer by some) in Chrome.
CTRL-SHIFT-Q or CTRL-SHFT-Q closes Chrome and there’s no direct way to change or alter this behavour (as far as my knowledge reaches today).
Well, after some debugging I found out that the backdoor combination ALT-SHIFT-Q works on both browsers!
Chrome version: 37.0.2062.124 m
IE version: 10.0.9200.17028 update 10.0.18
Room for improvement? The visualized load is spanned over the width of your browser screen, so screen based comparision is not really usable but you can copy the counters into Excel for example.
So happy “Performance Markers” comparing!
ever had the question to change the default picture of an entity in CRM 2013, eg. Account?
We have some different options as we think about it, supported as unsupported, let’s have a closer look:
2) Batch job
3) jQuery call in OnLoad
4) On-Premise only: altering the picture on disk would invoke a change for all entities
So knowing our options, let’s focus on a supported way like the plug-in. First attempt would be on altering the entityimage_url in the post-retrieve of account.
A colleague of mine did some attempts and got a first result in using an additional Update of the account record, so this works.
But hey, disk space is sometimes limited so are there any alternatives?
1) Update the attribute entityimage_url works in post retrieve for a fraction of a second on the form
3) So what if we create a dummy account, upload an image and retrieve the entityimage_url attribute value?
Well I found this value:
4) When we update the entityimage_url of the BusinessEntity in the Outputparameters of the plug-in, it seems to work!
Important is to add the Timestamp parameter, without it your inserted image gets overwritten again by the default CRM contact photo. Don’t ask me why
The content of the Timestamp parameter doesn’t seem to have direct influence:
So a short code snippet: