Debajit Dutta
Step by Step – Calling Flow from PowerApps (Dynamics 365 CE/CRM)
Category: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Author: Debajit Dutta Date: 1 week ago Comments: 0

Originally posted on Nishant Rana's Weblog:
Let us take a simple example of creating lead to understand how we can call Flow from PowerApps. Log in to PowerApps Studio and create the form as below. TextInput for entering the Last Name, First Name and Email ID. Button to call Flow. The label named GUID…
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{Quick tip} : Determine if OpportunityClose dialog is opened for “Close as Won” or “Close as Lost” in Dynamics 365 Unified interface.
Category: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Author: Debajit Dutta Date: 4 weeks ago Comments: 0

As many of us know, for unified interface now we can customize the “opportunityclose” entity. A feature awaited for a very long time and finally it’s here. If you are not aware, you can now customize the dialog box that pops up when you click “Close as Won” and “Close as Lost” button on the … Continue reading {Quick tip} : Determine if OpportunityClose dialog is opened for “Close as Won” or “Close as Lost” in Dynamics 365 Unified interface.
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How to use Promise to evaluate your ribbon enable rules with asynchronous Xrm.WebApi methods in Dynamics 365 Unified interface.
Category: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Author: Debajit Dutta Date: 4 weeks ago Comments: 0

We all have been using Xrm.WebApi methods isn’t it? After all why not? They are wonderful. You no longer need to write lengthy XmlHttpRequests and parse the raw JSON results back. Xrm.WebApi methods does the hard part of converting the raw JSON outputs into strongly typed objects. Just when you are about to think that … Continue reading How to use Promise to evaluate your ribbon enable rules with asynchronous Xrm.WebApi methods in Dynamics 365 Unified interface.
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Dynamics 365 integration with SmartSheet using Flows–What’s there and what’s not.
Category: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Author: Debajit Dutta Date: 1 month ago Comments: 0

A dry spell of a month and here I am back to my favourite way of connecting with community which is writing one more blog post. So here I got a new requirement from my customer. Basically they are using Smartsheet and Dynamics 365 and the simple requirement is whenever any changes are made in … Continue reading Dynamics 365 integration with SmartSheet using Flows–What’s there and what’s not.
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{Solved}WebAPI methods in PowerApps component framework (PCF) custom control returning null–Dynamics 365
Category: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Author: Debajit Dutta Date: 3 months ago Comments: 0

PowerApps component framework has been like a tsunami hitting the power platform. From customer standpoint, now they are able to achieve any custom UI which otherwise all these days would come back as – “Not supported by Dynamics” from a CRM architect/ consultant. Not only for customers, PCF have been a shot in arm for … Continue reading {Solved}WebAPI methods in PowerApps component framework (PCF) custom control returning null–Dynamics 365
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Download makecert.exe and pvk2pfx.exe for creating self signed certificate
Category: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Author: Debajit Dutta Date: 3 months ago Comments: 0

Please download the files from below link https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ap6jgr5X4uAmgdVHpVTSwwQrXzYUXQ?e=v9ovAh Hope this helps! Debajit Dutta (Dynamics MVP)
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Issues with self signed certificates for server based integration between CRM and Sharepoint? Here is what you may need to know to save your day.
Category: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Author: Debajit Dutta Date: 3 months ago Comments: 0

As promised in my last blog, I am back with one more scenario where consultants get stuck in on-premise environments. Server-server SharePoint integration with Dynamics is something we take for granted when we set up trial instances for demo in online environments. After all, entire internal plumbing is handled by Microsoft and we just need … Continue reading Issues with self signed certificates for server based integration between CRM and Sharepoint? Here is what you may need to know to save your day.
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