Category Archives: Power Platform

If there are errors you can’t easily see in the Flow designer, look at the complex actions – the errors might be hidden inside

Having deployed my Flow in the Test environment earlier today, I quickly realized it was not working. Turned out Flow designer was complaining about the connections in the Flow with the following error: Some of the connections are not authorized yet. If you just created a workflow from a template, please add the authorized connections… Read More »

PowerShell and Dynamics/PowerApps

  I was working on a PowerShell script, and I just could not get past the error below: “Element ‘http://schemas.datacontract.org/2004/07/System.Collections.Generic:value’ contains data from a type that maps to the name ‘System.Management.Automation:PSObject’. The deserializer has no knowledge of any type that maps to this name” Yet I was not trying to do anything extraordinary (other than… Read More »

SolutionPackager can now extract and re-package CanvasApps included into the solution

  Not sure if you are aware, but the latest version of SolutionPackager can now extract and re-package CanvasApps (and Flows). Depending on the version of SolutionPackager you’ve been using so far, it might or might not be failing once a canvas app is included into the solution. However, the latest version is not just… Read More »

New pricing model for Dynamics/PowerPlatform – can we do some basic estimates?

I hope you have heard about some very interesting changes in the Dynamics pricing model. They may not have affected you yet, but they will, especially if your subscription renewal date is coming soon. As almost expected in such cases, Jukka Niiranen came up with a great overview of what’s happening to the PowerPlatform (not… Read More »