In the previous blog, we learn about how to use the Environment variable in Azure Function. Environment variables are most important and confidential as they might contain the system credentials or configure that you don’t want any to access directly. The most unsecure way to store them is directly inside the Configuration of Azure function … Continue reading Secure your Environment Variable inside Azure Function using Key Vault
In this blog, we will learn how to configure and use Environment Variable in Azure Function. Concept of using Environment variable during your development which needs to deploy on multiple servers and connect to multiple systems. Whenever you use Environment variables to store the global constant or system credentials it reduces the time which was … Continue reading Use of Environment Variable inside Azure Function in C#.
In this blog, we will learn how to quickly design a simple Cloud Flow to post a message in MS Teams Channel when a user submits a response using MS Form. Step 1: Create an MS Form to get the responses from the targeted user. Go to https://forms.office.com/ and click on New Form to create an MS Form. Now, … Continue reading Post an MS Form response to MS Teams Channel using Cloud Flows
[Quick Tip] Get SubGrid View Id using Primary Control or Selected Control for Ribbon button’s enable rule in Dynamics 365 CRM.
Use case: I have two entity Awards and Awards category. We have SubGrid on the Awards entity form for Category with Custom Ribbon button. We want to have the button should be visible on specific view only and below are steps to do so. Step 1: Configure the Ribbon Button Create a Ribbon Button, create … Continue reading [Quick Tip] Get SubGrid View Id using Primary Control or Selected Control for Ribbon button’s enable rule in Dynamics 365 CRM.
In this blog, we will learn how to create an Azure Function App to connect it with Dynamics 365 CRM and perform the CRUD operation in Dynamics 365 CRM. First, we will create an Azure Function project for Dynamics 365 CRM from Visual Studio, and below are the steps for the same. Open Visual Studio … Continue reading Let’s get started with Azure Function for Dynamics 365 CRM: Part 1
In this blog we will see how we can change the currency format in D365 CE. We are using the Currency field named Price on Account form and we wanted to price in XX,XX,XXX.XX format Let see how we can achieve this. Solution: Go to Settings and click on Personalization settings. After clicking on Personalization … Continue reading Change Currency format in D365 Customer Engagement
If you want to keep track of the Commits of any Critical Project and want to discuss with your Project Team Member regarding commits made on TFS. We can create a flow that will post the Commit details of that Critical Project on your Project Channel. Step 1: Create a Team and a channel to … Continue reading Post Message in MS Team when Code is Checked-in Azure DevOps TFS
If you want to track a user who has opened records of any specific entity then you are on the right blog because today we are going to see how we can do simple customization to track the user activity of who has open which record for how many times. Step 1: Create an Entity to track … Continue reading Track an Entity record form opening / retrieve activity by system user in Dynamics 365 CRM
Requirement: The user will create the record from the Quick Create and on change of specific field, the record should automatically save. Whenever the record will be saved it should open the created record. In our scenario, we are going to use the Account Entity. When the user will enter the main phone data in … Continue reading Autosave quick create a form record on fields change and open the created record
In this blog, we are going to see how we can do the implementation of form validation in Power Apps. Let get started, I have designed the Sign-Up page which has the following fields: Email Password and Confirm Password Phone Number Following is Screenshot of my Sign-Up Page build in PowerApps: Following is App Controls … Continue reading Form Validation in Power Apps — Part 1