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  1. #1

    CRM 365 unsaved changes on the save button notification.

    Hello All Experts,
    I have B.P.F on the form.
    when i click on Next Stage it moves to the next stage.
    But i am confused why on the below right corner the save button shows the notification as "Unsaved Changes"

  2. #2

    CRM 365 unsaved changes on the save button notification.

    Please find below link for your reference :
    community.dynamics.com/.../186786
    Thanks
    Nitin



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  3. #3

    CRM 365 unsaved changes on the save button notification.

    I have faced the same issue. When we click the Next Stage it does not perform the real functionality of save button.
    When You are clicking Next Button.
    Two things get change 1. StageId 2. traversepath.
    You can use below script to find out what are the fields getting dirty on click of Next Stage
    function checkDirtyFields() {
    debugger;
    var oppAtributes = Xrm.Page.data.entity.attributes.get();
    var listofDirtyAttri = new Array();
    listofDirtyAttri = new Object();
    if (oppAtributes != null) {
    for (var i in oppAtributes) {
    var attributeName = oppAtributes[i].getName();
    if (oppAtributes[i].getIsDirty()) {
    alert(oppAtributes[i].getName() + ":" + i);
    }
    }
    }
    }

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    CRM 365 unsaved changes on the save button notification.

    Hi,
    Do you have any javascript which is setting some value on stage change. "Unsaved changes" means there are changes which are not saved. If you are setting some value on stage change using javascript, it will appear unsaved changes.
    PS: I tried on the oob opportunity BPF and I do not see the unsaved changes notifications.
    Hope this helps.

  5. #5

    CRM 365 unsaved changes on the save button notification.

    Hello Ravi,
    How can i check JavaScript for Business Process Stage Change

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