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Admin Center URL(s) in Microsoft Dynamics 365 ( Power Platform)
Category: Dynamics 365,Microsoft Dynamics 365,Power BI,PowerApps,PowerPlatform Author: Nishant Rana Date: 2 months ago Comments: 0

Listing down Administration Center URL(s) for quick reference ร  Admin Center URL Microsoft 365 Admin Center https://admin.microsoft.com/ Power Platform Admin Center https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/ PowerApps Admin Center https://admin.powerapps.com/ Dynamics 365 Admin Center https://port.<region>.dynamics.com/G/instances/instancePicker.aspx for e.g. EMEA https://port.crm4.dynamics.com/G/instances/instancePicker.aspx UAE https://port.crm15.dynamics.com/G/instances/instancePicker.aspx North America https://port.crm.dynamics.com/G/instances/instancePicker.aspx India https://port.crm8.dynamics.com/G/instances/instancePicker.aspx Replace <region> with Dynamics 365 Advanced Settings https://[orgname].[region].dynamics.com/main.aspx?settingsonly=true Dynamics 365 Home https://home.dynamics.com/ Power … Continue reading “Admin Center URL(s) in Microsoft Dynamics 365 ( Power Platform)”
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Query CDS Data using SQL from Power BI or SSMS (Preview)
Category: Power BI,Power Platform,SQL,SSMS Author: Manish Rawat Date: 2 months ago Comments: 0

Recently Microsoft has announced a preview of an additional way to access read-only data in CDS. The TDS endpoint for CDS allows read-only access to the system for reporting and analytics. The Tabular Data Stream (TDS) Protocol endpoint is managed by an administrator. So far,ย  the CDS OData endpoint served as the single access point for all types of operations. In […]

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Itโ€™s All About Hack4Good ๐Ÿ˜Š
Category: D365 Customer Engagement,Power Automate,Power BI,Power Platform,PowerApps Author: d365bits Date: 3 months ago Comments: 0

Hack4Good

HACK4GOOD was an amazing event which brought world together on a weekend and all started to hack for good reasons. So many enthusiastic amazing people who loves Microsoft Business Applications (MBAโ€™s) team up with passion to create solutions to help the world and lift it up. Building solutions which is to help the communities and people around the world is such a great thing.

I have been part of many hackathons and this was top of my list. Itโ€™s amazing to see the ideas which participants bring into the table and how they execute these ideas using the MBAโ€™s. There were over 390 participants from 40 different countries representing all over the globe.

These Solutions are out there in internet and I thought of collecting these solutions and to give away to the community so that someone who sees these solutions can help the communities if they want to build a solution which is like the idea presented by these teams.

It all started by Chris briefing out teams on the #Hack4good. The image shown below captures all the main points he was touching upon.

Hack4Good – Briefing

The agenda was briefed as well.

Agenda

There were wonderful time zone leads who were helping to arrange this massive hackathon. Itโ€™s not an easy task been a leader in these hackathons because you need to be skilled in adopting and being flexible because always the unexpected things happens and you would need to manage it. We should thank all leads for their amazing efforts.

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Hack4Good Team of Judges, Leads and Speakers

Time Zone Leads

Time Zone Leads
APAC Lisa Crosbie, Ee Lane Yu, Nijo Joseph
AMER Emma Dโ€™arcy, Andrew Welch
EMEA Lucy Bourne, Lee Baker, Alison Mulligan, Mike Hartley
Time Zone Judges – APAC

Time Zone Judges

Time Zone Judges
APAC Elaiza Benitez, Mark Smith
AMER Sarah Critchley, Brian Galicia
EMEA Ana Demeny, Scott Durow, Ben Vollmer

I was really inspired by the speeches from Dona, Keith, Chris and William they touch the heart of people.

Hack4Good – Speakers

Speakers

Dona Sarkar
Keith Whatling
Will Dorrington
Chris Huntingford

Chris stared with briefing everyone out on the agenda and highlighting key information on the Hackathon. Also mentioning on his past experiences with Hackathons. He also went on to mentioned that some of the apps built in these hackathons are used by the businesses. Therefore, all your effort and time goes into this event is not wasted at all and business are benefitted from that as well.  

This was the most powerful message that captured my eye and thinking 3.7 million #PowerAddicts in the world who are using Power Platform that is just an incredible achievement by Microsoft. It is fascinating to see this. Thanks for Dona Sarkar sharing this and always loves listening to her amazing stories.

There are 3.7 million Power Addicts – Wow !

Keith shared a story about โ€œTerryโ€ during the kick off. How you can help people like Terry and how the technology transforms peopleโ€™s lives and how we can help people like โ€œTerryโ€ using our knowledge.

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Terry the amazing human being

Then Leads in my session Lisa and Ee started briefing about the rules and what solutions you should be built and what are the criteriaโ€™s which will be judged upon.

Also, people didnโ€™t forget to bring their humor and laughter to energize everyone.

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It’s all about fun and vibe

Our team Crime Master Gogo had fun too. It was great experience for Vaibhav Sharma, Subbaiah Thadiyangada and myself .

This was our Team Vaibhav, Subbaih and my self Crime Master Gogo in action !

There are amazing solutions built by the teams which participated in this #Hack4good event. I have gone through most of the videos mentioned below and it was amazing to see the spirit of everyone and how much everyone was focusing on the real problems they face day to day.  Then went on to build amazing application within few hours.

Please find the links below to the solutions.

Team/App Name
Crazy Power Solutions
Power nApps
Covidcibles
Shop 4 My Street
Far from Home team’s
Caring Hands
Crime Master GOGO  
ALCHEMIST
Automation Gold
Rapid Response App
WLDSS
Team Power Kiwi
KC College
ACE
Team Bourne Supremacy
Kleinvieh macht auch Mist
Power Mentor
SpaceR

Once solutions are submitted the regional judges started their job of selecting the winners from each region.

Below are the videos for announcing Winners. Congratulations to the winning teams from the regions. ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Region
India
Australia and New Zealand
EMEA Results

It was well worth weekend and spent in such a nice way and it helps to reenergize yourself during these unprecedented times and thanks to everyone who make this event a successful one.

Hope you enjoyed the article please reach to me if I missed out any of the solutions I will add it to the list. ๐Ÿ˜Š

Source: Kausun


Power Platform
Category: Power Automate,Power BI,Power Platform,PowerApps Author: d365bits Date: 4 months ago Comments: 0

I had a discussion with Prabhath Mannapperuma about Power Platform in Cloud5X20.

Power Platform is the single low code development platform for Microsoft across office 365 and Dynamics 365 Azure and your standalone business applications.

It has four major products Power BI , Power Apps , Power Automate ,Power Virtual Agents as shown below and it has strong set of Data connectors, AI Builder and Common Data Service as well to enrich the platform capabilities.

During this session I walk-through one scenario explaining Power Platform Product capabilities using a demonstration.

If you want to learn more about it and to see some cool demo please check on the below to watch the full video. ๐Ÿ˜Š

Hope you will enjoy our discussion and please let me know if you have any questions. ๐Ÿ˜Š

Source: Kausun


Paginated reports in Power BI: Successor to SSRS Reports
Category: Power BI,Power Platform Author: Manish Rawat Date: 11 months ago Comments: 0

With the rising popularity of Power BI, we can design fancy dashboards and reports. But, what if we need to design and download reports similar to traditional SSRS reports?Well, Power BI service supports similar reports which can be build using Power BI Paginated Report Builder. Although there are few limitations but if you are considering […]

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SSRS and Power BI comparison for Dynamics 365 CE Reporting
Category: Dynamics 365,Microsoft Dynamics 365,Power BI,PowerApps,SSRS Author: Nishant Rana Date: 1 year ago Comments: 0

Hi, Was recently working on a comparison between using SSRS and/or Power BI for reporting for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, below are some of the points we came up SSRS has always been Reporting Tool of choice for Microsoft Dynamics CRM and has been natively integrated with the application. Microsoft Dynamics CRM offers Report Parameters for … Continue reading “SSRS and Power BI comparison for Dynamics 365 CE Reporting”
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Analytics with D365 & Power BI
Category: D365 Customer Engagement,D365 Finance & Operations,Power BI,Power Platform Author: d365bits Date: 1 year ago Comments: 0

Analysing Data is essential for D365 F&O or D365 CE. Power BI transforms your D365 data into graphical reports and dashboards. It helps in tapping into the actionable data insights and businesses to make smarter decisions.  The session covered the following areas.

– Leveraging on Power BI with D365 F&O and D365 CE using content packs, solution templates and extending from the solution templates

– Advanced capabilities exist for Data Integration and Data Export Service with D365 CE

– Capabilities of drilling down to the financial data in D365 FO using the embedded Power BI Content

– Tapping into the future possibilities which exist with using Azure Data Lake for the Analytics with D365 FO and Power BI

I delivered the above session in D365 Sri Lanka event which was held on 2nd of January 2019.

Please find the slides in below link. Special thanks to Nadeeja Bomiriya (MVP) for compiling excellent speaker sessions on the d365.technology site. I would encourage to look at the other sessions as well.

https://d365.technology/blog/2019/02/13/analytics-with-d365-power-bi-kasun-pathirana/

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