Category Archives: Dynamics

How to: debug plugins in the shared environments

When debugging a plugin, I often use PluginExecutionExceptions to display debugging messages. But, of course, it all works great when my development environment (or the plugin) is relatively isolated. And it all falls apart when there are other people working in the same environment, and they suddenly start seeing those error messages. There is a… Read More »

Record ownership across business units (aka “matrix data access structure”) – it’s here now

I’ve been diligently checking for this setting in my admin portal a few times per week lately, and, finally, it has arrived: Before you proceed, you might want to read my earlier intro post for this feature: In this post, I’m just going to show how this works. First of all, don’t be surprised… Read More »

Increased request limits and allocations: 25K –> 40K, and 100K -> 500K

Well, good things just keep coming in. API limits have been increased quite a bit, and, it seems, it just happened yesterday: It’s, now, 40000 calls per Power App / D365 user: And, for the non-interactive/application users, it’s 500000 per day pooled: When did this happen? Looking at the git sources, it seems this… Read More »

Matrix Business Units – cool new way of setting up user security in Microsoft Dataverse

Have you noticed that there is a new feature that’s been added to the security model in Dataverse, and it’s called “Matrix Business Units”? It is in preview, and it is being rolled out. To be honest, it’s not, yet, available in the environments I have access to, so I’m just waiting to see… Read More »

Using C# code in custom connector to connect to Dataverse?

This one is almost of an academical interest; since, after all, there is Dataverse connector available already. But,  just on the principle, I was wondering if it were possible to use C# code in the custom connector to connect to Dataverse? Actually, there is nothing special about Dataverse – the same approach could be used… Read More »