Run JS snippet using Smart Button in Ribbon Workbench | XrmToolBox

Here’s how you can call a piece of JavaScript code snippet from Smart Buttons in Ribbon Workbench. In case you haven’t yet installed Smart Buttons in your Ribbon Workbench for your organization – Here’s a post for that – Install Smart Buttons for Ribbon Workbench | XrmToolBox

Now that it’s given you might have installed Smart Buttons already, let’s review how you can use the Run Report button for your Organization

Quick JS

Here’s how you can run a small snippet of code when upon clicking the Ribbon button –

  1. Here’s the Smart Button you can use to run a snippet of JS code.

  2. When you drag the same on the ribbon (Form Ribbon in this case), you’ll be asked the below parameters – the Name of the button and the JS code you want to run.

  3. Once you’ve entered this, you can see the button show up. Finally, publish the changes and check on the actual record (or Grid based on where you have used this)


Here’s how the button will act upon using Quick JS Smart Button –

  1. You can see that the button is now shown on the Form.
    I opened to Console in Dev Tools to show what the JS snippet will do (since in this example, it’s supposed to Log a message in the console).

Hope this helps!

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