Making a PCF control readonly

Up until now, none of my PCF controls were meant to be readonly. But, of course, it would only make sense to prevent updates for inactive records and/or when some of those controls are set to be readonly in the form designer: Dynamics Ninja has already described the basics in his earlier post: https://dynamicsninja.blog/2019/11/25/is-your-pcf-control-read-only/ Just… Read More »

User licensing in D365 instance

When thinking about user licensing in D365 instances, you may be thinking of D365 applications. However, from the licensing standpoint D365 instance is nothing but an “advanced” CDS instance with a bunch of first-party apps deployed there, so it is still possible to use Power Apps “per app” and “per user” plans in those instances.… Read More »