There are at least 3 different connectors we can use with Dynamics CE instances when creating a Flow: CDS Connector Dynamics 365 Connector Http Connector They are not identical, though, and, from what I have gathered so far, we may need to keep a few things in mind when choosing between the 3: 1.… Read More »
You would think those two things in the subject line don’t have much in common, but I just had a eureka moment, which, I believe, had a lot to do with the following three facts: I am very new to Flow There are things in Flow which are very new to Flow as well And… Read More »
Look what I spotted in the solution designer this morning: Can’t wait to see when it starts to work – soon now, it seems. Getting errors at the moment: Unless it’s just my environment somehow?
When enabling Dynamics 365 App for Outlook, you might be looking at this kind of screen: There is almost no space for the grid – you might be literally unable to navigate through the list of users. So click that small “Edit” link highlighted on the screenshot above – it also works as you regular… Read More »
Remember the old days when all developers (and not only developers) had to also develop an habit of using CTRL+S to save their changes so not to lose them? There is a bit of that in the PowerApps / Dynamics Application designer right now. Depending on how you add entities to the sitemap in… Read More »
There have been a number of really good posts on the licensing so far, but, I think, the main problem for me used to be that I just could not consume all that information till I left the familiar space of the On-Premise implementations and started working in the online environment. So, in this… Read More »
Even if it’s only for myself, I just have to write it down so it sticks. Whenever I want to enable April preview in the environment, I need to go to the Power Platform admin center, and, from there, I need to click the environment link: It seems to be the only way to open… Read More »
You may have managed to put in an unmanaged change in production where you have agreed to use managed solutions only, and it may look like you are doing fine, nobody noticed.. So it’s all good until, suddenly, something starts going wrong! Here is one scenario that does not seem to work well… Read More »