Nishant Rana
Perform actions on the host model-driven form from embedded canvas app using ModelDrivenFormIntegration control in Dynamics 365
Category: Dynamics 365,Microsoft Dynamics 365,PowerApps,PowerPlatform Author: Nishant Rana Date: 1 week ago Comments: 0

Let us continue our previous example of embedding the canvas app within the model-driven app and extend it to perform actions on the host form using ModelDrivenFormIntegration control. This ModelDrivenFormIntegration control acts as a bridge and brings the contextual data from the host model-driven form to the embedded canvas app. Here we will look at … Continue reading “Perform actions on the host model-driven form from embedded canvas app using ModelDrivenFormIntegration control in Dynamics 365”
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KingswaySoft SSIS Integration Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs using Data Import Wizard
Category: Microsoft Dynamics 365 Author: Nishant Rana Date: 1 week ago Comments: 0

KingswaySoft SSIS Integration Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs using Data Import Wizard I was recently asked that what are the benefits of using KingswaySoft tools for Data Migration need vs our out of the box Data Import wizard. We are talking about 2 different solutions altogether so the direct comparison might not be appropriate. … Continue reading “KingswaySoft SSIS Integration Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs using Data Import Wizard”
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Embedding a canvas app on a model-driven app in Dynamics 365
Category: Dynamics 365,Microsoft Dynamics 365,PowerApps,PowerPlatform Author: Nishant Rana Date: 1 week ago Comments: 0

Let us start with some of the key points about the embedded canvas app The embedded canvas app is now generally available. During preview. The embedded canvas app supported sub grid control in preview, which is now no longer available. The canvas app custom control is only supported for the Unified Interface Web client type. … Continue reading “Embedding a canvas app on a model-driven app in Dynamics 365”
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Step by Step – Calling Flow from PowerApps (Dynamics 365 CE/CRM)
Category: CRM,CRM 2016,Dynamics 365,Microsoft Dynamics 365,PowerApps,PowerPlatform Author: Nishant Rana Date: 1 week ago Comments: 0

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 which will display the GUID of the … Continue reading “Step by Step – Calling Flow from PowerApps (Dynamics 365 CE/CRM)”
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Execute SQL Select, Insert, Update and Delete command on Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Data using Skyvia Query
Category: Dynamics 365,Microsoft Dynamics 365 Author: Nishant Rana Date: 3 weeks ago Comments: 0

Recently came across the wonderful product called Skyvia Query It is one of the most advanced Visual Query Builders out there, that let us write complex SQL queries with simple drag and drip and configuration. The most interesting part is that it works with both Cloud as well as On-Premise databases. To try it out … Continue reading “Execute SQL Select, Insert, Update and Delete command on Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Data using Skyvia Query”
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Using PCF Custom Control Builder (XrmToolBox Plugin) to update existing control in Dynamics 365 / PowerApps
Category: Dynamics 365,Microsoft Dynamics 365,PowerApps,PowerPlatform Author: Nishant Rana Date: 3 weeks ago Comments: 0

A couple of months back I had written my first PCF Control to display GUID of the record, it was more of a hello world kind of thing. https://pcf.gallery/guid-control/ Well, the code was using Xrm.Page client API which as we know is deprecated. So, it was time to update it to use context instead. More … Continue reading “Using PCF Custom Control Builder (XrmToolBox Plugin) to update existing control in Dynamics 365 / PowerApps”
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Working with Git Branches in Visual Studio 2019
Category: Git,GitHub,Visual Studio,visual studio 2019 Author: Nishant Rana Date: 3 weeks ago Comments: 0

Continuing our previous posts, let us now see how we can work with branches within Visual Studio 2019. Branches give the option to isolate the work from the original code base, this way we could have a developer(s) working on bug fixes, new features etc. which then can be merged back to the master branch … Continue reading “Working with Git Branches in Visual Studio 2019”
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