Dynamics 365
Best resources to start with Power Apps Code Component (PCF)
Category: Dynamics 365,Microsoft Dynamics 365 Author: Nishant Rana Date: 6 days ago Comments: 0

There are so many outstanding blogs, videos out there for learning PCF, below my favourite resources for someone who is just starting with development of Power Apps custom code components https://debajmecrm.com/2019/04/26/in-depth-end-end-walkthrough-develop-your-custom-controls-using-power-apps-component-framework-and-use-it-on-your-crm-interface/ https://powermaverick.dev/2019/05/18/create-custom-controls-using-powerapp-component-framework/ https://www.xrmvirtual.com/meeting-details/?id=766fc80b-70cf-e911-a860-000d3a537884 Thanks Debajit, Danish and Roohi and after you have developed an awesome component submit it here https://pcf.gallery/ Thanks to Guido for managing … Continue reading “Best resources to start with Power Apps Code Component (PCF)”
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Very simple PCF Control to show Gravatar
Category: Dynamics 365,Microsoft Dynamics 365,PowerApps,PowerPlatform Author: Nishant Rana Date: 6 days ago Comments: 0

The Gravatar or globally recognised avatar is basically an image associated to our email id, which appears besides our comments, blogs posts, sites etc. https://en.gravatar.com/site/implement/ To request an image of Gravatar, we need to first calculate hash of the email id and pass it to the URL The format à https://www.gravatar.com/avatar/{HASH} e.g. https://www.gravatar.com/avatar/205e460b479e2e5b48aec07710c08d50 https://en.gravatar.com/site/implement/images/ Using … Continue reading “Very simple PCF Control to show Gravatar”
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Advanced condition builder in Power Automate (Microsoft Flow)
Category: Dynamics 365,Microsoft Dynamics 365 Author: Nishant Rana Date: 3 weeks ago Comments: 0

Was just exploring the advanced condition builder added to the Power Automate (Flow) beginning of the last year. The new conditional builder makes it very easy to write complex conditional logic compared to using expressions. We can easily add row (conditions) and group them The row (condition) can be grouped by either And or Or. … Continue reading “Advanced condition builder in Power Automate (Microsoft Flow)”
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Developing Scheduler for Dynamics 365 CE using Azure Function Part 2
Category: Azure,Azure integration,Azure Timer Function,CRM Dvelopment Series,Developing Scheduler for Dynamics 365 CE,Dynamics 365 Author: HIMBAP Date: 3 weeks ago Comments: 0

Introduction This is our second article about developing scheduler for Dynamics 365 CE using Azure Timer Function. In earlier article we developed a simple sample Azure Timer Function, now we are going to discuss how to deploy and configure scheduling for the Azure Timer Function. Solution Let’s first discuss how to schedule Timer to run it on specified times. Based… Read more »
Source: Mahendra Pal


Developing Scheduler for Dynamics 365 CE using Azure Function Part 1
Category: Azure,Azure integration,Azure Timer Function,CRM Dvelopment Series,Developing Scheduler for Dynamics 365 CE,Dynamics 365,Dynamics 365 CE with Azure Author: HIMBAP Date: 3 weeks ago Comments: 0

Introduction Sometimes we require to develop scheduler job for Dynamics 365 CE online. Currently we have different options to implement scheduler for Dynamics 365 CE online for example using workflow, Power Automate, Azure etc. In this article we are going to discuss how we can use Azure time trigger to develop scheduler for Dynamics 365 CE. Let’s say we have… Read more »
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Publishing the bot– Power Virtual agent
Category: Dynamics 365,Microsoft Dynamics 365 Author: Nishant Rana Date: 3 weeks ago Comments: 0

In the last post, we saw how to create a simple bot, now let us see how we can publish it. Navigate to the Publish tab in the side navigation pane and click on Publish. After a successful publish click on the demo website to test the bot Navigate to Manage à Channels to configure … Continue reading “Publishing the bot– Power Virtual agent”
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Using Power Virtual Agent and Power Automate (Flow) to create a simple bot for Cases in Dynamics 365 for Customer Service
Category: Dynamics 365,Microsoft Dynamics 365 Author: Nishant Rana Date: 3 weeks ago Comments: 0

Here we will take a very simple example to see how Power Virtual Agent be used along with Power Automate to interact with Dynamics 365 model-driven App Basically, the user enters the case number (ticketnumber) in the chatbot to get the current status of the Case. To begin with, Sign in / Sign up to … Continue reading “Using Power Virtual Agent and Power Automate (Flow) to create a simple bot for Cases in Dynamics 365 for Customer Service”
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