Here is another Power Platform quiz. It is the second one in a row, so it might be becoming a “thing”, but who knows. Anyways, there are 10 more questions to answer.
Here is a short Power Platform quiz for you. It might be the only one I’ll come up with, or it might turn into a “thing” here – we’ll see. Anyways, in case you wanted to test yourself, there are 10 questions to answer.
If one says “A”, he has to say “B”, right? So here is an addition to my yesterday’s “introduction to Microsoft Dataverse security model”. Hope you’ll find it useful, too. In the basic security model, every user belongs to a business unit, and, when a role is assigned to a user, all permissions are applied… Read More »
Not sure this overview of the security model in Microsoft Dataverse offers better/additional insight, but I came up with it anyways while working on the Power Platform course, so, hopefully, it’ll be useful. In Microsoft Dataverse, security model operates with the following concepts: There is a Dataverse Environment – it has its own database, its… Read More »
I have been working on the Power Platform course lately, and a lot of “going back to basics” has been happening along the way. One of the topics which seem to be surprisingly difficult to cover is explaining what Microsoft Dataverse is. Here is how Power Platform docs describe Dataverse: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/data-platform/data-platform-intro “Dataverse lets you securely… Read More »
This blog always used to be about my own experiences with Power Platform. Day after day, month after month, year after year… It used to be Dynamics, now it’s Power Platform. It used to be XRM, then CDS, then Microsoft Dataverse. It used to be classic workflows, now it’s Power Automate. And it’s still plugins.… Read More »
This post should have been written before the one where I had a sample script which can call a flow to download a document, but, since these two posts happened to come out in the reverse order, it seems this is, technically, a prequel. Hm… If you have not seen the previous post, maybe read… Read More »
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: https://www.itaintboring.com/dynamics-crm/matrix-business-units-the-cool-new-way-of-setting-up-user-security-in-microsoft-dataverse/ In this post, I’m just going to show how this works. First of all, don’t be surprised… Read More »
If you ever wanted to add a ribbon button that would be calling a flow (one usage scenario for this is to start sing Power BI Paginated Reports and/or Power Automat Word Templates to generate documents/reports), there is a sample script below which you could use to achieve just that. Here is how the user… Read More »
It happens every now and then that I have to re-create a columns across multiple environments, all because of the data type change. Sometimes, there are good reasons for that, and, sometimes, all I can do is kick myself for not thinking it through from the beginning; since, of course, changing data type for a… Read More »