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Are you still including unnecessary fields on your Dynamics 365 forms so that your scripts can access it? May be it’s time to use Attribute dependency feature of webresources.
Category: Attribute dependency,Dynamics 365,Dynamics365,getAttribute,Microsoft CRM,Microsoft Dynamics CRM Author: Debajit Dutta Date: 2 days ago Comments: 0

Sometimes we are so much busy in our day to day consulting stuffs that we frequently miss those small little gems in Dynamics 365 which are scattered throughout but we tend to ignore them more often than not. And one of them is the Attribute dependency feature in webresources. How many of you faced a … Continue reading Are you still including unnecessary fields on your Dynamics 365 forms so that your scripts can access it? May be it’s time to use Attribute dependency feature of webresources.
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Xrm.Utility.getResourceString in Dynamics 365. Which scenario it works and where it doesn’t? And what are the workarounds?
Category: constants file,Dynamics 365,Dynamics365,Microsoft CRM,Microsoft Dynamics CRM,PowerApps,resources,resx,Xrm.Utility.getResourceString Author: Debajit Dutta Date: 4 days ago Comments: 0

RESX web resources have been introduced for quite sometime but unfortunately even when I see project implementations today, I see constants file being used instead of Resource files. What more, you can even show specific values based on logged in user language. This blog post is not about how you can create a resource file … Continue reading Xrm.Utility.getResourceString in Dynamics 365. Which scenario it works and where it doesn’t? And what are the workarounds?
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Planning to show a custom multi-select lookup. Use the Xrm.Utility.lookupObjects to show a multi-select lookup control in Dynamics 365
Category: Dynamics 365,Dynamics365,Microsoft CRM,Microsoft Dynamics CRM,multiselect lookup,PowerApps,Xrm.Utility Author: Debajit Dutta Date: 4 days ago Comments: 0

Recently in my project I had the requirement to show up a multiselect lookup for selecting records across multiple custom entities. The customer have created a PCF control where they have designed to show the selected records spanning entities. But the issue was to show a lookup control to allow the user to select multiple … Continue reading Planning to show a custom multi-select lookup. Use the Xrm.Utility.lookupObjects to show a multi-select lookup control in Dynamics 365
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Xrm.Utility.getEntityMetadata() Have you explored it yet to get metadata in Dynamics 365
Category: client API,Dynamics 365,Dynamics365,Get entity metadata,Microsoft CRM,Microsoft Dynamics CRM,PowerApps,Xrm.Utility Author: Debajit Dutta Date: 4 days ago Comments: 0

This API has been introduced for sometime now. However I still find that consultants are not using it and going with traditional querying through WebAPI method to get the Entity Metadata. And there is a secret I am going to tell you why so many consultants abandoned this method. The reason for this is when … Continue reading Xrm.Utility.getEntityMetadata() Have you explored it yet to get metadata in Dynamics 365
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Introduction on Dynamics 365 Sales Insight Assistant Studio
Category: AI,Dynamics 365,Dynamics365,Microsoft Flow,MS Flow Author: Manish Rawat Date: 7 months ago Comments: 0

A few months back, I wrote an article on the introduction to Sales Insight Cards when it was in preview mode. Now, as part of the October release, Microsoft has enveloped insight cards under Assistant Studio.Using Assistant Studio, we can create and manage insight cards from within Dynamics 365. We don’t need to jump back […]

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Collaborate on Microsoft Teams using Flow and Adaptive Cards
Category: Dynamics365,Microsoft Flow,Microsoft Teams,MS Flow,Power Platform Author: Manish Rawat Date: 7 months ago Comments: 0

Microsoft Teams is your hub for teamwork in Office 365. All your team conversations, files, meetings, and apps live together in a single shared workspace, and you can take it with you on your favourite mobile device. With the growing popularity of Teams, it’s essential that we must design our system to collaborate and share […]

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Sales AI: Create and Manage Insight Cards (Preview)
Category: AI,Dynamics 365,Dynamics365 Author: Manish Rawat Date: 9 months ago Comments: 0

Action cards help keep you up to date with your work in Dynamics 365 for Sales, letting you know when you need to follow up on an email, attend a meeting, and much more. They are displayed throughout the application to provide relevant information for the context you are working in at the moment. They are […]

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