It’s time to spend some time improving our Power Baseball League Model-Driven App by editing the System Views. In our previous videos, we worked to get the basics of our app set-up. We added in Contacts, Accounts, and a couple of custom tables for registration data as well as the season (year).
When you add in tables from Dataverse they come with pre-established views. We don’t need some of them, so today’s video talks about how to tidy these up in the model-driven app administrator area (commonly referred to as the “maker portal”).
Join us as we walk through how to disable several of them. We also highlight the XrmToolBox View Layout Replicator which takes the columns from one view and allows you to select which other views should look the same. This is an extremely handy tool to bring consistency to your views. Trust us, your users (and your user feedback queue) will thank you!
This is part of the Power Baseball League Series with Malcolm McAuley (follow him on LinkedIn, Twitter or his Blog). You can follow the series on the Power Baseball League Series Page and the Power Baseball League YouTube Playlist as they are added.
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