If you're looking to optimize your use of Dynamics 365, the setSubmitMode JavaScript method is an essential tool to keep in your arsenal. With this method, you can control whether the data for a column is submitted when a record is created or saved, allowing you to always or never submit the value of a column into the database.

When working with columns that you don't want to capture the data for, simply use the never parameter for the setSubmitMode method, while for scenarios where you want to force a column value to be submitted whether it has changed or not, use the always parameter.

This function comes with three options: always, never, and dirty. By default, the dirty parameter submits the data when the value of the column has changed. However, by opting for the always parameter, you can ensure that the data is always sent with a create/save event and can be captured within the entity attributes in a plugin.

Conversely, the never parameter allows you to exclude certain columns from being submitted with a create/save event, ensuring that they cannot be captured within the entity attributes in a plugin.

Overall, the setSubmitMode method can elevate your Dynamics 365 experience. So, make sure to incorporate it into your workflow

The post SETSUBMITMODE IN DYNAMICS 365 JAVASCRIPT originally appeared on Charles Abikhirs' Tech Blog.

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