Tag Archives: PowerPlatform

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 »

Canvas app error: the requested operation is invalid. Server Response: _scrubbedSensitiveData_

Here is an interesting error I ran into the other day: It does sound like there was something in the server response that was considered “sensitive data”, but what could have happened? The screenshot above is, actually, from the application I created specifically to reproduce the error and see why it’s happening, so it’s very… Read More »

Skeletons in the closet – are there things that should have been done differently on your Power Platform projects?

The month of October is upon us, and, with that, there are all the pumpkins, costumes, decorations, and all the other Halloween stuff. So, then, why don’t we talk about the skeletons we have either found, or, possibly, left in the virtual closets of all those Dynamics/PowerPlatform projects we have worked on? While doing this,… Read More »

UpGuard report on PowerApps Portals security – what have I learned?

If you read UpGuard report on PowerApps Portals security which came out a few days ago, you might start panicking, and, I’d say, rightfully so: https://www.upguard.com/breaches/power-apps Danish has already covered the technical side in his blog post, so there is no need to discuss the technicalities here. But, then, on the high level, what did… Read More »