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Loading Screen using D365 CE JavaScript

Posted On March 26, 2020 by Priyesh Wagh Posted in  Tagged in

Suppose, you want to show a loading/waiting screen to let people know there’s some heavy processing going on in the back-end and they shouldn’t navigate away to do anything else with the record, you can use loading screen by using showProgressIndicator() and closeProgressIndicatory() methods.

Xrm.Utility methods

There are 2 methods are documented in the Xrm.Utility of Microsoft Docs that you can use to achieve this. Microsoft reference here.

In this scenario, let’s say you want to show the Loading page while your Action is being performed by the JavaScript code.

  1. You can place the Xrm.Utility.showProgressIndicator(message); before you begin your code to invoke an action and place Xrm.Utility.closeProgressIndicator(); in your success and failure messages.
    codePositions

Execution

Whenever your JS code will call the action, the progress message will be displayed on the screen as below  –

In Classic UI
clasicMessage

 

In Unified Interface –
UCIMessage

 

And once the process is complete, the Xrm.Utility.closeProgressIndicator will remove the message as below and bring back the form you were working on –

messageOver

Side Note: If you are using action calling from JS using invokeProcessAction, as of the day of this post – This doesn’t work well and results in action not supported error on the UCI – invokeProcessAction does not work in UCI

 

Hope this helps!


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