Category Archives: PowerApps

Using application monitor to troubleshoot Model-Driven apps

You may have heard that we can now use Monitor with model-driven applications. It can provide some very useful context about the client-side behavior of your apps, but there is one option which may be particularly useful when troubleshooting end-user issues. It seems this process is supposed to be done through the “Invite” button below:… Read More »

We can now do column comparison with Fetch/Web API!

Wow, we’ve been asking about it for a (long) while: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-column-comparison-through-fetchxml-sdk-and-odata/ Do you want to do column comparison with Fetch? You can do it now – it’s only supported for a few conditions so far: Equal NotEqual GreaterThan GreaterEqual LessThan LessEqual   And it’s not, yet, supported in the UI query building tools (Advanced Find).… Read More »

Spooky scary licensing caught up with me again

Not without some help, but, it seems, I’ve just uncovered a skeleton in my closet. Which turned out to be this old blog post I wrote back in September 2019: Now, I stand corrected TWICE in just one day (just for the reference: https://crmtipoftheday.com/1372/synchronous-power-automate-flow-on-create-update-of-a-record/). That’s a little unusual feeling, but, well, the truth has to… Read More »

TDS endpoint for custom development and data integrations?

TDS endpoint availability is, probably, one of the coolest technical capabilities introduced by Microsoft in the last few months. However, even though it’s great to be able to run SQL queries in the SQL management studio as described in Microsoft docs: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/developer/common-data-service/cds-sql-query There are other usage scenarios which seem to be very enticing. Using it… Read More »