Tag Archives: PowerPlatform

Here goes an unusual combination of old and new technologies, sprinkled with a bunch of howto-s

We don’t always get to choose the technology we work with in the Power Platform world. Strict security, missing subscriptions, long approvals… if you’ve ever worked on the government projects, you know the drill. However, sometimes, this leads to a very unusual combination of tools and technologies, and, in this series of posts, I’m going… Read More »

Power Platform Fact Check

Tenant Admins can be restricted from viewing Dataverse data Neither Power Platform Admins, nor Tenant Admins can be restricted from accessing data in Dataverse environments: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/use-service-admin-role-manage-tenant Dynamics 365 administrators can be restricted, though, as long as they have not been added to an Azure AD group that’s been assigned to a given environment. You need… Read More »

Model-Driven Applications for application Users

Recently, I have been working on a training for application users which might be helpful to both users and new model-driven application makers: https://www.itaintboring.com/downloads/training/ModelDrivenApplicationsforApplicationUsers.pdf It is meant to cover model-driven application functionality from the user perspective. To be fair, there is a lot to cover, so this is not going to be absolutely exhaustive, but… Read More »

What is Microsoft Dataverse?

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 »