Monthly Archives: May 2019

Data Center Locations for different services (including Dynamics 365 and Sharepoint)

I went to the Azure Active Directory properties earlier today for a completely different reason, and, then, I noticed something that made me jump: What?! With the client being in Canada, all Dynamics/Sharepoint data needs to be physically stored in Canada, or this whole implementation is going to stop quite abruptly. Unfortunately, when looking at… Read More »

How to: using PowerShell for automated testing of PowerApps

  If you have not looked at the EasyRepro yet, you probably should: I wrote a post about EasyRepro before with some explanations of how it works, so this may also be helpful: Now, I am not sure if Microsoft is “all in” on making PowerApps development a primarily dev-only activity, but, at… Read More »

Error monitoring for the solution-aware Flows

  Some flows are solution-aware, and some flows are not: It turned out the difference between those two is not just that solution-aware flows are portable – somehow, it goes deeper. Just a few days ago wrote a post where I was trying to summarize error monitoring options for the Flows: It was… Read More »