Recently I have been working with two plugins in my web pages. DirtyForm, which allows you to detect when changes have been made to fields, and JQueryUI which has a very flexible popup calendar for date fields. One issue i have been having is that the Datepicker does not call the blur even when it's closed which means the DirtyForm plugin doesn't pick up the change. In order to fix this issue I added an onClose handler to my DatePicker selector. DirtyForm: https://github.com/acvwilson/dirty_form Datepicker: http://jqueryui.com/datepicker/ Update 2014/05/13: I changed from using trigger to triggerHandler as the latter does not re-open the calendar control but still has the same functionality of calling the dirty form handler.
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When debugging an app which connected to CRM using IFD connection I kept getting the following in the trace log. The issue was that debugging the call caused the time the ticket was generated to be off. In order to fix this I utilized a property that allows tickets to be off by a certain amount of time. The PowerShell command below will allow tickets to be out of the time range by 5 minutes.