While working on upgrade activities of D365 V9 from D365 V8, we faced one weird issue related to Enable Rule of Ribbon button.
We had one form where we were using Enable Rule for a button which was defined using custom JS code. As part of client side scripting changes related to D365 V9 upgrade, we passed Primary Control as first CRM parameter in Ribbon Workbench for that Enable Rule as explained here and in JS we passed executionContext as a parameter as shown below:
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Ribbon Button Enable Rule Custom JS Code gives error “Cannot read property ‘getFormContext’ of undefined” – Nishant Rana’s Weblog
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