Packt Publishing gave me the opportunity to review another Hibernate-related book. This time it’s “Hibernate Search By Example”. As it says this book is oriented on searching with Hibernate which is a subject which a lot of (N)Hibernate developers have ran into in the past and probably wondered how they could implement this the best.
This book tries to give them a step-by-step example based tour around the world of searching with Hibernate. It expects the user to have a decent amount of Hibernate knowledge, which is not more than fair in my opinion. So it jumps right into the searching setup in chapter 1. With every chapter it goes into a deeper subject and you will slowly be able to build an advanced search application.
All-in-all a good book when you want to learn searching with Hibernate on the go by example. It’s not a big long read, but works as much as possible with examples.
You can get the book directly here.
There is a very simple way to pass the form parameters to an external url when you add a navigation link to a form. When you want to do this you can use the “PassParams” parameter in your ribbon.xml. Sadly this parameter is not available in the user interface, so you will need to modify it by hand.
More information you can find here.
Stop writing large amounts of code to disable all the fields on your CRM 2011 form. Have a look at the code snippet here and your done very quickly.
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