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Issue Alert 1 : RetailDlvModeExplodeJob
Category: D365 Finance & Operations Author: d365bits Date: 4 days ago Comments: 0

Process delivery modes batch job RetailDlvModeExplodeJob might be taking more time / significant time to execute in 10.0.9 version and you would need to update the below binary update to fix it.

Find the link here for 10.0.9 fix

And if you are already using 10.0.10 version then there is another link I have posted below for the binary update.

Find the link here for 10.0.10 fix

Hope this will help you if you face this issue.

Source: Kausun


Rebate Power App with D365FO
Category: D365 Finance & Operations,Power Automate,PowerApps Author: d365bits Date: 2 weeks ago Comments: 0

In this episode I have a special guest Julia Simpson joining with me and she explains about Rebate Power App with D365 FinOps in this episode.

And you can find Julia’s blogs here.

Hope you will enjoy this episode. 😊

Source: Kausun


How to create Business Events in Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations
Category: Business Events,D365 Finance & Operations,Power Automate Author: d365bits Date: 4 weeks ago Comments: 0

If you are wondering what business events in D365 Finance and Operations (D365FO) this blog post will be a great starting point for you. Business events provides the capability to alerting or notifying external systems while you are performing business processes.

There are two types of business actions which user can perform.

  1. Workflow action : e.g. Purchase Order Approval
  2. Non-workflow action : e.g. Sales Order Invoice

You must be wondering where is this menu item for the Business Events in D365FO. If you navigate to the path System administration > Setup > Business Events you can find Business Events catalog.

Let’s look at a scenario where you need to send an email once the Sales Order is Invoiced and how we can achieve that using business events.

Business events consists of Business event catalog , End Points , Active events , Inactive events , Errors and Security.

To start with business events we need to start creating a Microsoft Power Automate flow.

Click New > Automated – from blank

Provide a Flow name and then search for Dynamics 365 for Fin & Ops under Choose your flow’s trigger field and then select as shown below in the image and then click create.

Then It will appear as below.

Expand it and then select the Instance, Category, Business Event and Legal entity as shown below.

Add Parse Json step after this as shown below.

Then select the content as Body (@{triggerBody()}) and then update the schema. For the schema you can use the generate from sample and the sample can be found from the business events screen.

How to download the schema from business events is shown below. This is what you can use in the above generate from sample step.

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Add a condition step as shown below.

Add in the Get Record step if you would like to retrieve any sales order fields. Then proceed to provide Instance , Entity Name and Object id as shown below.

Then add in a send an email notification step as shown below. Specify the To , Subject and the message in the email body and then proceed to save the flow.

Once flow is created in Power Automate we can move to create the Endpoint. To do that you have to navigate to Endpoints.

When you press New Icon then you would get few end points as shown below. Select the endpoint which you would like to use. In this scenario I will use “Microsoft Power Automate”.

Then click Next from the bottom of the page.

Then provide the End Point Name and the Power Automate URL if you have that already with you.

Once these steps are done it is the time to test your business event trigger.

Source: Kausun


3 Methods to execute Warehouse Mobile Functions in Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management
Category: D365 Finance & Operations,Warehouse Management Author: d365bits Date: 1 month ago Comments: 0

In this blog post I will explain about the three methods which you have to access and execute the Warehousing application functions for Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management.

Method 1 : Install Dynamic 365 for Finance and Operations – Warehousing application in the RF Gun or mobile device

 You can either use mobile or RF gun and install the Warehousing Application in the respective device. If you are using the mobile device then the scanning will be carried using the camera as scanner.

From my experience in warehouses RF gun is the ideal since camera scanning function will be varied depending on which phone you are using and it’s called as a native function.

You can use RF Gun and Install the Warehousing Application
You can also use a mobile device and Install Warehousing application

Method 2 : Use Warehousing app from Microsoft Store

Download the application from Microsoft store “Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Warehousing” and then install the application and continue to setup the setting details and then you can start using the warehousing mobile functions.

Method 3 : Web Emulator

After the D365 Finance and Operations URL similar like shown below paste the value after “/” as ?mi=action:WHSWorkExecute&cmp=“COMPANY”

Make sure to replace the company value which you are working with for an example if the company is USMF it will look like below.

?mi=action:WHSWorkExecute&cmp=USMF

Example is shown below how the full URL looks like.

https://abc.operations.dynamics.com/?mi=action:WHSWorkExecute&cmp=“COMPANY”

Once you have used the correct URL and load the web page emulator login page will display like below.

Usually if you have system administrator role the you will be able to access the emulator like this method. Warehouse workers are suppose to use the warehouse application to complete the tasks this option is only for administrator testings.

Thanks for reading this blog post. This is a quick blog post about how you can utilize the warehousing mobile functions for the D365 SCM. Will meet you again with the next post.

Source: Kausun


Microsoft Build 2020
Category: Events,Power Automate,Power Platform Author: d365bits Date: 2 months ago Comments: 0

Microsoft Build kicked off today few hours ago and it is up and running live now and there were some great announcements came through so far from the sessions. I will be going to cover some of the announcements that I was able to capture today for the benefit of the community.

Dona Sarkar & Seth Juarez started the Microsoft Build 2020.

Satya Nadella mentioned about Microsoft mission and how it empowers people for building applications to help the community.

As always super excited about Power Platform and it’s exciting to see how it’s empowering developers and there are 3.5 million developers that is just amazing.

70% Increase in Professional developers using Power Apps. It’s just mind blowing the speed at which Power Platform is growing.

It’s amazing 70K new organizations are using Power Platfrom.

Power Platform is not only for low code development but it really empowers pro developers this is really powerful message that needs to spread into the developer community.

Microsoft Acquisition of Softomotive was also on display during the #MSBuild.

It’s great to see how all of these building blocks create the intelligent cloud and this is the future and it seems bright with what Microsoft is bringing out. Also scalability and flexibility is available with Azure been the backbone. No other cloud offers what Microsoft offers at the moment and it’s been growing exponentially with lots of features and capabilities.

Scott Hanselman announced about the Windows Terminal 1.0 available from today. You can experience is using the link aka.ms/terminal

Windows Subsystem for Linux.

Codespaces is building custom container which has everything you need. You can go to aka.ms/codespaces

The demonstration was super cool I really like the way this presentation

Running code from Teams was amazing. This was one my favorite from the #MSBuild2020.

New capabilities were announced in Azure Free Tier, Server-less Pricing, Auto-Scale

Azure Cognitive Services is so powerful and you can make your apps smarter using these capabilities.

New capabilities Azure Cognitive Services announced too.

Microsoft cloud comprises of Microsoft 365 , Dynamics 365 and Power Platform and it is built using Azure that makes it perfect match.

Azure Synapse Link which doesn’t required ETL.

Analytics in Power BI inside Azure Synapse Link.

New Azure Machine Learning Studio.

New Announcements in Azure Machine Learning

No matter which device you use Microsoft 365 covered it all. Enabling mission critical apps such as Teams is really great during these unprecedented times.

Building new application for teams and publishing it so that users can use it and in one shop application where you can access all your favorite applications make it more productive and you would only need to have Teams to work with other applications. Isn’t it amazing !!!

Publishing your Teams app to AppSource.

Teams and Power Apps is great combination this increases the productivity and let you build the Power Apps from the teams itself. And once you have completed the development you can embed it in the teams channel where users can access them and use it.

Also Imagine cup winners were announced too and the winners are Hollo.

The app which Hollo team build was a mental health companion web app using analytics and AI services.

I hope these will help you in day to day use of the Microsoft Products and it’s an amazing event #MSBuild. 🚀

Source: Kausun


How to create Manual Trigger Flow with D365 SCM and Power Automate
Category: D365 Finance & Operations,Power Automate Author: d365bits Date: 2 months ago Comments: 0

Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Fin & Ops connector in Power Automate helps to connect with Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management and Dynamics 365 Finance. Similarly, the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Fin & Ops connector also able to use with Logic Apps and Power Apps as well.

Today we will focus on creating a manual trigger flow using Power Automate with D365 Supply Chain Management.

You might be wondering why do we need to use manual triggers. Manual triggers are great asset for you to start with your complex flow creations. Use the manual trigger flow to test basic flow requirements in terms of fields and values which you need to have to complete the flow successfully. This manual trigger flow is kind of a stepping stone for your complex flows which you will build.

Click New > Instant – from blank

Provide a Flow name and then select Manually trigger a flow. Then click create.

Click Add an Input

Click on Text

Enter the name as “Currency” and then select the Add a drop-down list of options.

Add a drop-down list of options for the currency and add “NZD” & “USD” as shown below.

Similarly continue the same method and add Sales Agreement Classification and Customer accounts. Once you have completed this step it should look like below image.

Once this step is completed add Dynamics 365 for Fin & Ops connector and select the Instance and entity name.

Select the customer account value , Sales agreement classification value and currency as shown below.

Now you can proceed to save the flow and then start testing this flow. Select I’ll perform the trigger action and then click Test.

Select the respective values for the fields Currency, Sales Agreement Classification and Customer and then click Run Flow.

This creates a Sales Agreement header record as shown below in D365 Supply Chain Management.

Once you have successfully tested you can start building your complex flows. The Manually trigger a flow step of this flow can be received from Power Apps I will discuss more about how you can achieve that in another blog post. 😊

Source: Kausun


D365 Market Insights and D365 Layout to be discontinued
Category: Dynamics 365 Customer Insights,Dynamics 365 Guides Author: d365bits Date: 2 months ago Comments: 0

Dynamics 365 Market Insights

Dynamics 365 Market Insights Preview to be discontinued. Service for all existing customers ended on May 11 2020. Are these features lost ? not at all these features will be incorporated into Dynamics 365 Customer Insights and Microsoft Bing Industry updates.

If you are wondering what are the other two products which these features will be included I have covered below.

Microsoft Bing Industry Updates

When you subscribe to the Bing Industry updates you can stay up-to-date with what is happening in the industry which you have selected. Every day you will receive an email with updates.

Dynamics 365 Customer Insights

Dynamics 365 Customer Insights provides a customer data platform which can be used to tap-into the insights and power personalized customer experiences. This is powerful to present unified customer data across the full range of sources you have linked to the customer insights and it provides 360-degree customer view.

Dynamics 365 Customer Insights

Dynamics 365 Layout

Dynamics 365 Layout to be discontinued and it will not be offered as a separate application in the future. The features and layout capabilities will be incorporated into Dynamics 365 Guides. Furthermore, D365 Layout will no longer be offered to new customers from June 1, 2020. and existing customers will be able to use the application until December 31, 2021, or when their subscription ends, whichever is earlier as per Microsoft.

Dynamics 365 Guides

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Guides is a mixed reality application integrates with Microsoft HoloLens which helps the employees to learn new tasks and to provide step-by-step instructions that guide them for an example how to use the tools and parts at factory. Best thing is that you wouldn’t require coding skills to create these mixed-reality guides.

Overview of Dynamics 365 Guides

Thanks for reading this blog post and will see you again in the next post. 😊

Source: Kausun


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